Discussion in 'Social Place' started by Shadowprophet, Oct 24, 2017.
Cern has concluded that the universe simply should not exist.
Is the mass of the proton & electron the same in antimatter? Maybe during the inflation of the universe antimatter had a headstart.
Luckily for us, our world we live in , is so chaotic that the two havin problem scheduling a mutual rendevouz.
Hey Shadow digg this quoute
The reaction of 1 kg of antimatter with 1 kg of matter would produce 1.8×1017 J (180 petajoules) of energy (by the mass–energy equivalence formula, E = mc2), or the rough equivalent of 43 megatons of TNT – slightly less than the yield of the 27,000 kg Tsar Bomba, the largest thermonuclear weapon ever detonated.
Much like the electron has a negative charge because the flow of current was assumed to be in the wrong direction, it is as likely as not that we live in an antimatter universe and that scientist have just labeled it wrong.
Depends on your reference.. I think ours differ
Ahh, brother casual is somewhat well versed in physics, He has actually schooled more than several times in the subject. If he told me Ducks tasted like ice cream because (physics) I'd believe him
If it weren't for asymmetry the Big bang would have annihilated all matter and produced nothing but energy. So essentially this discovery of symmetry is somewhat suspect. It does feel nice to say though. That perfect symmetry was discovered, But knowing physics as I do. all evidence still points to the impossibility of perfect symmetry. Because if there was perfect symmetry, We should not exist on any level. Now, this is all based on my understanding, which is far from perfect though.
It is a matter viewpoint.
Just remembered what the issue was.
The charge carrier was assumed to be positive before they knew what an atom was and the electricity convention assumes positive charge carriers are emitted from the positive terminal and go to the negative terminal.
Since, except for semiconductor wafers (semiconductors have something called "holes" that migrate in the correct direction) there are no positive charge carriers, they guessed wrong and real current flows from the negative terminal to the positive terminal.
Perhaps the answer lies in Nuclear physics. physical matter is energy, Which kind of does point to the possibility that yeah, Science may have labeled matter and antimatter incorrectly.
Neutrino experiment may hint at why matter rules the universe
The article, by the way is bunk.
They have a 2 sigma indication that there is a neutrino CP (charge parity) violation that explains why matter dominates.
The symmetry isn't perfect, it is just good enough for government work.
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