Why is There One-Billion Times More Matter than Antimatter in the Universe?

  “We know empirically that there is about one-billion times more matter than antimatter in the Universe and with the current physics we know, the Standard Model, this imbalance can’t be explained,” wrote MIT physicist Silviu-Marian Udrescu in an email to The Daily Galaxy. “To explain it,” he continues, “a violation of certain fundamental symmetries … Continue reading Why is There One-Billion Times More Matter than Antimatter in the Universe?