How Does Matter Exist?
Let’s pretend, for a moment, that the Big Bang Theory is the only school of thought on how the universe was created and we all subscribe to it willingly. Through the Big Bang theory, an equal amount of matter and antimatter should have been created. These equal amounts would have cancelled one another out, leaving a black, radiated void where our universe now exists. So, how is it that there was an imbalance that allowed for matter to outweigh antimatter? While scientists have tried to explain it, there has been no concrete reasoning. Is this a point in favor for the school of creationism or was there some as-of-yet unknown process that favored the creation of matter over antimatter? While we look to science for the solid verdict, we’re left with more questions than answers.