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Anti-Matter

USA, 1973 (MIFF 1974)

Director: Lewis Hall

In a light and entertaining manner. this animated film discusses the possibility that large quantities of anti-matter are existing in space, the significance of the Tunguska Meteor in relation to the annihilation process (the result of matter and anti-matter colliding), and explores the possibility of constructive use of energy released from annihilation.

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