Why is it the most expensive?
When it comes to the most expensive things in the world, everyone must have their own ideas, but obviously from the title, it is not an order of magnitude. Generally speaking, the most expensive things will not be gold. As the saying goes, rare things are expensive, so the most expensive things are often those materials that are very scarce in scientific research.
Of all the substances in the world, what attracts scientists most is those that can release energy. After all, one of people’s goals is to find stable and usable stable energy, which can bring earth shaking changes to human life. There won’t even be a war.
Most expensive doesn’t mean it can be made
This is the most expensive substance in the world. When it comes to antimatter, many people don’t know what it is. Generally speaking, it will annihilate with the positive matter in our present world. According to Einstein’s mass energy conversion equation, e = MC ^. The energy contained in it is quite terrible.
In this way, the energy conversion rate of atomic bomb and hydrogen bomb is quite low, and their conversion rate is even less than 1%. In this way, the conversion rate has become the most powerful weapon in the world, and the annihilation of antimatter is a perfect conversion without wasting a little energy, so only one gram is enough to produce the energy of two atomic bombs.
Something more expensive than this
Theoretically, its existence can help us realize the human dream of interstellar travel and solve our energy problem perfectly. After all, antimatter is everywhere. It is full of antimatter around us. But the cost of collecting and making it is so high that it costs a full $62.5 trillion to make just one gram of.
Human beings struggle over energy issues. Only by developing new energy technologies at an early date can it be possible to end all this. Some philosophers have said that all human problems can be classified as energy problems. If at any time human beings can solve this problem in essence. That is the time for all mankind to unite and embark on space travel.