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According to Richard Feynman, antiparticles are just regular particles going backwards in time. (QED: The Strange Theory of Light and Matter). For example, an anti-electron is a normal electron going backwards in time.
So I am wondering... did the Big Bang create negative (backwards) time as well as our normal time, and did it create equal amounts of antimatter going backwards in time?