Relativity and Cosmology


CP Violation had Nothing to do With our Universe's Lack of Antimatter: Briggs Fermions Transferred From the Previous Universe had Everything to do With it

Authors: George R. Briggs

Abstract: Dark energy -mc^2 relative mass closely matches the relative mass of 6 top quarks: this indicates complete annihilation of the top quarks negative mass to dark radiation which we call dark energy had occurred before the big bang: this left Briggs fermions as the only possible source of matter to our new universe after the big bang, and this source, transferring matter from the previous universe only, had no antimatter to give either.

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