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What is the future of Matter and Anti-Matter Fusion as a power sourse?

Scientists have found that there's another type of matter in the universe called anti matter and when matter and anti-matter combine it creates a massive amount of energy. One ounce of anti-matter and one ounce of matter can power a large city like Melbourne or Vegas for weeks.

Bright but distant.

Using particle accelerators we can make anti-matter, but the costs are huge; one ounce of anti-matter is more than the GNP of the US. Currently, it is just too expensive to create.

Star Trek uses antimatter to power their ships. The fantasy part is where they focus and amplify it through the dilithium crystal.

The most powerful reaction we know of is the total annihilation caused by two particles of anti-matter coming together. If we ever send manned ships to the stars they will probably be anti-matter powered. But, to do that we need to bring the cost way down, and we need to find a way to handle it. Storage of anti-matter is difficult because if it contacts the container for just and instant it explodes. The only way we know to contain it right now would be to spin it in a donut shaped magnetic field. We are trying to do that with fusion power, and have been trying since the 1970s with no success. If the plasma in a fusion reactor contacts the wall it will only melt the wall, if anti-matter contacts the wall of the reactor it will totally destroy the reactor, the town it is in, and the next town over. We could try to use a charged particle machine that carries the opposite charge of the created antimatter, but this will only work if we create basic antimatter particles not if we allow them to become atoms because the atoms will not carry the same electrical charge.

There is an inherent inefficiency in using antimatter, it costs more energy to create it then you will get out of it; it puts a high energy source in a small space. Gasoline is hard to refine and you end up spending more energy to make it then you do when you burn it, but it is a readily burning and portable compound. The same is true for solar cells, hydrogen fuel cells and most sources of power. Nuclear power is more efficient, but the waste problem is self-defeating.

According to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anitmatter
"In particle physics and quantum chemistry, antimatter is the extension of the concept of the antiparticle to matter, where antimatter is composed of antiparticles in the same way that normal matter is composed of particles. For example an antielectron (a positron, an electron with a positive charge) and an antiproton (a proton with a negative charge) could form an antihydrogen atom in the same way that an electron and a proton form a normal matter hydrogen atom. Furthermore, mixing of matter and antimatter would lead to the annihilation of both in the same way that mixing of antiparticles and particles does, thus giving rise to high-energy photons (gamma rays) or other particle–antiparticle pairs. The particles resulting from matter-antimatter annihilation are endowed with energy equal to the difference between the rest mass of the products of the annihilation and the rest mass of the original matter-antimatter pair, which is often quite large.

There is considerable speculation both in science and science fiction as to why the observable universe is apparently almost entirely matter, whether other places are almost entirely antimatter instead, and what might be possible if antimatter could be harnessed, but at this time the apparent asymmetry of matter and antimatter in the visible universe is one of the greatest unsolved problems in physics. The process developing particles and antiparticles is called baryogenesis...

The scarcity of antimatter means that it is not readily available to be used as fuel, although it could be used in antimatter catalyzed nuclear pulse propulsion. Generating a single antiproton is immensely difficult and requires particle accelerators and vast amounts of energy—millions of times more than is released after it is annihilated with ordinary matter, due to inefficiencies in the process."

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