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The thing is, when I read 'anti matter' I don't really see 'annihilations' ending in a 'energy cloud' of radiation. And maybe you don't either? When I read that word I intuitively envision 'something' taking out 'something else', leaving no trace of their existence. And if that is what you are thinking, then physics don't have a answer. Energy seems to be what it all comes down too inside SpaceTime. That and conservation laws, and symmetries of course. That is what we see here so far. So from that point of view it stands to reason that all annihilations will bring with it some sort of 'radiation'. One could ask if 'energy' 'propagates'? At the speed of 'c' then? But as there is no way to touch 'energy' except as a result of transformations, as I know that is, it then becomes a very tricky question.=And 'energy' is not only radiation, it's also what we expect to create the room we live in, and so all space, and as space is time, mass, and so possibly 'gravity'. But I don't know about that last one, maybe gravity is a way of transforming/increasing/decreasing 'energy' but? Gives me a headache that one.