An non-fiction article by Robert Heinlein in which he argues in favor of the physicist Paul Dirac and his assertions about the existence of antimatter. Heinlein also talks about the destructive power of an anti-matter, matter collision and the possibilities of Earth one day meeting up with random antimatter particles whizzing throughout the Universe like dandelion seeds.
Can now be found in his Expanded Universe compilation.

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