“At the very beginning of the universe in the so called Big Bang, equal amounts of matter and anti-matter were created and yet, they didn't stay equal. We ended up with the world around us, consisting of matter and no anti-matter.”
- Carl Gagliardi, Ph.D., Prof. of Physics, Texas A&M University
March 7, 2010 Brookhaven National Laboratory, Long Island, New York - The March 4, 2010, online Science Express, reported that an international team of scientists have made a new particle called an “anti-hypertriton.” This is a particle that the physicists think was at the beginning of our universe's Big Bang creation. Physicists are trying to understand why the super-hot, super-dense plasma that rapidly expanded full of both matter and anti-matter particles did not self-annihilate? Why didn't those matter and anti-matter particles blow each other to bits? Something happened to tip the scale toward matter because we live in a proton and neutron universe, not a universe of anti-protons and anti-neutrons.
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