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A particle with an identity crisis could provide the next big discovery at the world’s largest particle accelerator. Researchers report online March 5 in Physical Review Letters that the D meson has been caught in the act of flipping between matter and antimatter. (1)

Change is shirfing between states.

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What happens if you constantly change from one state to the other?

Imagine a particle continuously changing from matter into antimatter. A change happening every second, without stopping. It seems as it changes, but this is also too close to a situation where this particle is actually something else: neither matter nor anti-matter. Just “something” which manifests itself into two different types of existence.

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Constant change approaches stability in a weird way I cannot express.

Could matter and anti-matter just be an indication of a deeper unity in the “things” existing (exist < εξ-ίσταμαι) ? A thing called “energy”?

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