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**New Theories / Re: Were the voids created by matter/antimatter annihilations?**

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One common property of matter is that matter occupies space. Conceptually, since an equivalent amount of anti-matter can annihilate matter, thereby removing all the space that the matter once occupied, implies that anti-matter has the mathematical equivalent of negative space. The resultant photons can overlap in space. This simple analysis suggests the singularity of the BB could have been an equilibrium balance of matter, antimatter and energy, where space cancels to a point.

If antimatter occupied space, than it would not be equal and opposite to matter and an asymmetry would exist.

Mass and matter also have inertia, which can also be cancelled out by anti-matter. The antimatter will annihilate the matter and therefore cancel the property of matter call inertia. The singularity will occupy point space and have minimal inertia due to anti-matter and matter. This minimal inertia reminds me of absolute zero; single emergent vibration that disappears immediately.

To get this cold singularity to the hot big bang stage, we need to eliminate the space and inertia killing aspects of anti-matter, so both space and inertia can both be expressed in time. This type of transitions was observed, since the singularity expanded, space appears and matter becomes dominant.

The question is how do you get rid of the antimatter without going before time equals zero, since this is not yet part of the standard models? This is not about right and wrong but traditions.

One possible way would be to segregate the matter and antimatter within the singularity; separate the waters from the waters. In this hypothetical scenario, we would get a big bang from the matter plus a big collapse where negative space interacts with matter. Data does show that the superstructure of the universe, as well as galaxies started to form very early in the universe. In this scenario, negative space will act upon expanding space, but in a type of pocketed way. The negative space that are dominate could also leave behind black holes, where space becomes very limited in terms do matter. It could also create voids in space, due to pockets of negative space.

If antimatter does not occupy negative space, then there is a inherent asymmetry with matter that would suggest that matter is more stable, since matter was the one left standing.

Another consideration is relativity. If antimatter occupies negative space, its impact on matter would be similar to gravity, and it would cause space to contract and time to slow. Pure matter in open space would speed up time relative to space that included antimatter. The two clocks will run at different paces; time potential. This segregation in time does not create an immediate annihilation, but rather antimatter is slowed in time, thereby allowing each to act independent of each other in time. Matter plays short ball and antimatter long ball.

If antimatter occupied space, than it would not be equal and opposite to matter and an asymmetry would exist.

Mass and matter also have inertia, which can also be cancelled out by anti-matter. The antimatter will annihilate the matter and therefore cancel the property of matter call inertia. The singularity will occupy point space and have minimal inertia due to anti-matter and matter. This minimal inertia reminds me of absolute zero; single emergent vibration that disappears immediately.

To get this cold singularity to the hot big bang stage, we need to eliminate the space and inertia killing aspects of anti-matter, so both space and inertia can both be expressed in time. This type of transitions was observed, since the singularity expanded, space appears and matter becomes dominant.

The question is how do you get rid of the antimatter without going before time equals zero, since this is not yet part of the standard models? This is not about right and wrong but traditions.

One possible way would be to segregate the matter and antimatter within the singularity; separate the waters from the waters. In this hypothetical scenario, we would get a big bang from the matter plus a big collapse where negative space interacts with matter. Data does show that the superstructure of the universe, as well as galaxies started to form very early in the universe. In this scenario, negative space will act upon expanding space, but in a type of pocketed way. The negative space that are dominate could also leave behind black holes, where space becomes very limited in terms do matter. It could also create voids in space, due to pockets of negative space.

If antimatter does not occupy negative space, then there is a inherent asymmetry with matter that would suggest that matter is more stable, since matter was the one left standing.

Another consideration is relativity. If antimatter occupies negative space, its impact on matter would be similar to gravity, and it would cause space to contract and time to slow. Pure matter in open space would speed up time relative to space that included antimatter. The two clocks will run at different paces; time potential. This segregation in time does not create an immediate annihilation, but rather antimatter is slowed in time, thereby allowing each to act independent of each other in time. Matter plays short ball and antimatter long ball.