“Mystery Moment in Time” –The Observable Universe’s Missing Antimatter

    The Standard Model of particle physics has reigned triumphant for nearly half a century, confirmed by observation upon observation. Nevertheless, it fails to explain why the observable universe contain virtually no antimatter. Particles of antimatter have the same mass but opposite electrical charge of their matter counterparts. But they’ve never been seen. Such … Continue reading “Mystery Moment in Time” –The Observable Universe’s Missing Antimatter