« on: 09/05/2021 23:40:10 »
Quote from: MattFaw
Nothing has the paradoxical ability to split into a symmetry,+1 and -1, matter and antimatter.It is true that the origin of the Big Bang is a mystery (t=0).
But, given a source of (potential) energy, it is known that something like gamma rays can produce equal amount of matter and anti-matter.
- The second mystery is why, in some parts of the universe, it produced slightly unequal amounts of matter & anti-matter?
- This is what left some matter left over for us.
Are you implying that in some of the voids, there may have been a slight surplus of antimatter, so some of the filaments might be made of antimatter?
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