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  • A single gram of antimatter contains the energy of a 20-kiloton nuclear bomb-the size of the bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
  • Our interests lie with an atom’s nucleus-a mere ten-thousandth the size of the whole.
  • The engraved granite slab in front of the building bore the answer: (CERN) Conseil Europeen pour la Recherche Nucleaire "Nuclear Research?"
  • Nuclear had proliferated before it was safe, and there were accidents.
  • It’s hard to imagine this information is accurate but it says here that pound for pound antimatter carries about a hundred times more payload than a nuclear warhead.
  • I am well aware that there is no substance on earth powerful enough to do what you are describing unless you are talking about a nuclear warhead with a fuel core the size of a baseball.
  • Although antimatter technology had staggering potential as an efficient and nonpolluting energy source-if unveiled prematurely, antimatter ran the risk of being vilified by the politics and PR fiascoes that had killed nuclear and solar power.
  • Then again, Chartrand realized, never before in history had the Vatican been sitting on what amounted to some sort of neoteric nuclear warhead.
  • Science textbooks tell us how to create a nuclear reaction, and yet they contain no chapter asking us if it is a good or a bad idea.

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  • They have the nucleus of a good team.
  • Most of the mass of an atom is in its nucleus.

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