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In less than 100 seconds, Helen Heath explains why some particles have equal but opposite partners.
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Although I really liked the presenter, there really wasn't much information regarding "what is antimatter". Certainly, if the object was to limit it to fewer than 100 seconds, then, yes, it would be difficult to meet my expectations. But another minute or two could really have helped.