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What is Antimatter and why is it Important?

What is Antimatter and Why is it Important?

Antimatter is the same as matter except with opposite energies. If matter and antimatter meet they annihilate each other, so why is this important? Our universe has very little antimatter but in a parallel universe to us we will find lots of it. Is this science fiction? Can a universe consist of only antimatter? What is antimatter and how can it exist in a Parallel universe? These and many other questions will be answered here as we talk about antimatter.

In our universe antimatter is scarce and only exists for a brief time during nuclear reactions and during particle decay, especially when high energy experiments are performed at CERN with the Large Hadron Collider. We know what antimatter is and some examples are Positrons which are the antimatter of electrons. Protons and antiprotons, photons and antiphotons, neutrinos and antineutrinos, all elementary particles have an antiparticle mirror image twin. That means they are opposite in energy.

Why so little antimatter?

The big question is, why is there so little antimatter in the universe as opposed to regular matter? If the Big Bang created an antimatter universe it would still behave like our normal universe.

But it seems that all high energy reactions produce equal amounts of matter and antimatter. Why did the universe select only normal matter for our universe?

The truth is if matter and antimatter were created in equal amounts they would instantly annihilate each other. But that didn’t happen,  since we are here! What happened?

My thoughts of the big bang event agree that equal amounts of matter and antimatter were created during the Big Bang. However, quantum fluctuations were built into the timing of the creation and in a sequence to allow for a successful process.

Quantum Mechanics meets General Relativity

Fluctuations on the tiny quantum level were needed to compliment the large scale General Relativity theory to allow both theories to exist. Finally, here is the way to join the very small quantum theory with the very large Relativity world.

If anyone thinks that all these reactions were random and by chance they need to wake up! The laws of physics work perfectly and are still working the same perfect way after 13.8 billion years.

These universal laws had to exist before the Big Bang. Therefore, your suspicions are confirmed that this universe was Created by these same laws! Who created the universe? A hint, it was not a God. This will be another topic for another time.

What happened to the antimatter and why was antimatter important during creation? The long story is in my post about extra dimensions. The short version is that when energy entered the universe during the big bang it separated into a dimension of matter and another dimension of antimatter.

View my diagram below to see the flow chart of dimensions. You could call them parallel universes but they are still in this same Oneness. Eventually all the energy must go back to source according to the Law of Conservation of Energy.

During the Big Bang into the 6th dimension, matter and antimatter are separated into different dimensions and meet again at the end of this universe in the same 6th dimension.

Antimatter and matter Entanglement

The high frequency radiation at the start of the big Bang separates into the 5th dimensions. During this separation they get entangled with each other. They are time and space entangled like twin parallel universes. Each is a half of the whole.

The energies enter into the parallel 5th dimensions briefly and meet the Higgs Field. This gives them mass which slows down the Inflationary process. After a few seconds the energies are in the 3rd dimensions.

Here they cool down into a Plasma of electrons, quarks and gluons. After protons and neutrons form, then atoms become hydrogen and helium. The visible universe takes shape.

Stars and galaxies and black holes dominate the 3rd and 4th dimension for 13 billion years. Black holes continue to move matter into higher frequency dimensions until the 5th dimension has all the matter and dark matter.

When this matter enters into the 6th dimension the entangled dimensions meet and annihilate each other. This Big Bang ends the life of the universe and sends all the matter back to where it came from.

The Takeaway from this article on antimatter.

Dimensions are Tools needed to Create a Universe (Erik Lovin 2019)

The importance of dimensions are to control the antimatter in a way that matter doesn’t annihilate each other! The reason why no one has understood the Big Bang is because we have failed to understand dimensions outside of our visible 3rd dimension.

Antimatter has to be dealt with to create a universe! The Big Bang energy goes into 2 parallel universes that are entangled with each other. Finally the antimatter meets matter in the 6th dimension again to send all the energy back to Source.

The Law of Conservation of Energy is fulfilled. This process will make more sense when we talk about the sequence of quantum reactions during the Big Bang.

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About the Author Erik Lovin

Erik has a BSc degree and is a retired professional photographer who is now a published Author of many books. His passion is understanding how life and the universe works. He is currently blogging about the science of the Big Bang and the science of cosmology. Erik is helping his tribe with questions about the universe. His goal is to help find a theory of everything (TOE). In order to do that, he is trying to prove light has mass and that the fabric of spacetime is a false theory. We are welcoming questions and answers that you might have about the universe.

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