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I do not even know where to start with the errors. But since I have previously addressed most of them here and elsewhere, I am not even going to bother. But I will say that making up your own terms to replace standard terms is not conducive to meaningful discourse
These terms appear to be too limited to get the job done.
The topic is why is there more matter than anti-matter in the universe? There is not a consensus answer since the status quo does not have the proper conceptual foundation. We can observe and prove more matter is the case, but why is not easy to answer with the existing conceptual framework. We need to think outside the box imposed by that conceptual foundation. Mathematics is also not the answer, since math is like a good horse, who will go wherever you lead it. Once it knows its way, it can go on its own and appear to lead. The problem is, as computer game engines show, math will also follow the lead of fantasy frameworks, allowing game physics to go beyond reality. Math will faithfully follow the lead set by any conceptual framework. Math is very useful if the framework is solid, but it can create false positives if it is not.
The answer to this topic question appears, at least to me, to have something in common with the question, why do we also have a quantum universe? We can also prove this is the case, but why this is the case, has not been answered properly, due to the limits of the conceptual foundation that is currently chosen. Correlating observation is not the same as answering why! Up to the discovery of the quantum universe, science assumed that the universe was defined by continuous functions. In early science, there were no gaps between distinct packets and states defined by quantum theory. Conceptually, the change into quantum theory, away from continuos models, limited the options and therefore saved time. It is similar to going from a raw photographic image to a jpeg image. The jpegs uses less memory and can be processed faster.
Becoming a quantum universe made things less complex, due to fewer possible and distinct states. Based on fewer states, the needed processing steps could occur faster, thereby saving time. Fewer states, by being less complex means the quantum universe, lowered entropy, while saving time. While things happening faster, means time speeds up, analogous to when the universe starts to expand. Expansion also speeds up time. These are all connected.
If we go from matter and anti-matter to just matter, we will also lower the options and thereby lowering entropy into a less complex state. The lowering of entropy will release energy, and create a potential that we call the second law. The change to the quantum universe further speeds this up, by further limiting options, thereby further reducing entropy, for further release of energy and the speeding up of time; expansion. Inflation was lowering entropy to just mass, and the quantum choice further lowered entropy for the expansion. Both speeded up time.
In the living state, proteins in the lab will form equal parts of left and right handed helixes. These look equal and opposite, atom by atom, and both appear in equal qualities, as expected based on statistics and reasonable assumptions.