If antimatter has gravity, then it can collapse into an anti-black hole.
If an anti-black hole and a black hole collide (assuming equal mass), would they neutralize each other, neutralize part of their mass giving the rest of the mass enough energy to escape the gravity well, or ?
I just hava a few questions about antimatter.
Does it have gravity?
Can you compress it into a singularity?, and if so what would happen if you were pulled towards it?
Does it have entropy?
Could you use it to destroy black holes?
An isotope of carbon(C-22?) decays and produces antimatter...
If i feel like it, later i [B]would[B] debunk this one (probabilistic screening, ect) But i don't feel like it right now
Anybody else (who can program), want to try it? (it gets boring after the...
load into array(single dimentional, one cell per character)
open "C:\Textfile.txt" for output as #1
for x = 2 to ubound(array()) - 2
if isnumerical(array(x)) then
if isnumerical(array(x + 1)) then
if isnumerical(array(x + 2)) then
if isnumerical(array(x - 1)) then...