Jefferson Lab Science Series
Tom Siegfried - Science Editor, The Dallas Morning News
November 5, 2003
Antimatter, black holes and the expansion of the universe were all 'discovered' by physicists studying squiggles on paper. Now, predictions of strange quark matter, invisible stars and new dimensions of space and time set the stage for the biggest science headlines of the 21st century.
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