Re: Anti-Matter Oh, right yeah. I was being overly simplistic, I don't think matter + antimatter is exactly the same as 1+(-1), because antimatter is actually something that exists with a value, not just the absence of something that exists with a value so it's more complicated than just a -1. I was just trying to show that two entities with conflicting natures can combine to cancel each other out, that's not a defiance of mathematics. It's totally in conformity with the law of causality, logic, mathematics etc. Math is just a language for logic. A lot of people seem really hung up on the language issue. You have to be consistent with your ideas here. If you are talking about a matter particle and an anti-matter particle, you are talking about two particles. That's what it means to add them. Physically combining the two to see what reactions occur isn't adding them. It's combining them.