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Science behind Angels and Demons

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Angels and Demons, the film sequel to The Da Vinci Code, is to go on general release. The film's makers have gone to great lengths to lend an air of scientific authenticity to the action. Science reporter Tom Feilden visits the European Centre for Nuclear Research (Cern) - where some of the action in the film takes place - to discover what scientists think of Vatican-threatening anti-matter.

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