Can antimatter be found in nature?  Or is it rather a substance the futurists believe that needs to be artificially created in a lab?

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    Yes, it occurs naturally.

    A fraction of cosmic rays are antimatter particles, as is some solar radiation.  Recent studies even demonstrate that much of the energy released by a supernova is in the form of antimatter particles.

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