How old are studies on antimatter?
At 23.27 19/08/99 -0500, you wrote:
>"Michael S. Lorrey" wrote:
>> Any anti-matter that was created by
>> our original big bang that was not eliminated at the time of the big
>> bang is now some 26 billion years in the past, since anti-matter of any
>> kind is simply matter that is going backwards in time.
>This may seem like a trivial question but I'm not sure that it is. Given a
>of anti electrons and anti protons and neutrons, you could in principle
>any anti-element you wanted. Anti-carbon, for example.
>You could combine these anti-elements into organic anti-molecules. These
>principle become arranged into anti-neurons and anti-brains.
>Here's the question: Would a conscious brain, identical in design to our own,
>experience time in the same direction we do? Also, would the answer to that
>question depend on whether or not consciousness is dependent on the quantum
>properties of one or more components of the neuron?