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    Default The Missing Anti-matter equals Normal matter to this day.

    It must be that the universe has used the missing anti-matter to produce space-time in the form of dark matter, in its solid state. When a normalized particle moves against it, it simply flattens out and slips around to collapse quickly behind it to ensure momentum, and now the resistance of its passing becomes part of the quanta of space-time ( related to the movement of that normalized particle), and this is recorded within this space, fused into it in the form of dark energy, and that we interpret as time and distance. This energy could only be . . . a photon . . .? ? ? This Equation says it all:.............................................. ....

    Normal matter= Dark Energy*(Dark matter^2) or
    .049=.683*(.268^2)
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    Default Re: The Missing Anti-matter equals Normal matter to this day.

    Says all what?

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    I think it shows that "space" is made of three things: Energy, Space, and Time. . . so The missing Anti-matter sure fits well it would seem to show the gravitational relationship that it has with normal matter. It would have to be so in order for any thing- to be weightless. . . . So. .the Universe is made of. . . . . . .049=.049 (normal matter=Antimatter) except the anti-matter side of the equation we substituteark matter^2 * Dark energy or. ..268 * .268 *.683 and that it equals .049, the percentage of matter in our universe. What I am really saying is that the universe used the antimatter to manufacture a certain quanta 0f Space that "reflects" or equals the distance that normalized matter has come over a certain amount of time. so the equation is: space * time * the "recorded information" . . . .(of the expanding baryonic universe)= the Normalized matter. And the equal Masses allows matter to gravitate and the photon to levitate within this Universe. Soooo .. If the photon is massless than the Universe must be infinite. But..
    If the photon has a tiny bit of mass, than only dark matter would have to be infinite . . .but that is only as it relates to us. As long as it surrounds normal matter, expanding in its wake , and then collapsing behind it in the form of space-time,( I mean by expanding before it, and recording the information behind it), it would seem that matter would gravitate towards it through space-time, and the photon would levitate within this universe.
    Last edited by David Hawkins; 12-29-2017 at 01:59 AM.

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