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Posted by littlefish on March 12, 2003 16:17:08 UTC


I have followed your advice up to a point but nothing for you to get excited about. Unfortunately for you the prediction that the big bang produced equal amounts of matter and anti matter is quite standard fare in that it is repeated on the NASA site, the Scientific American site and the University of California. I used the Scirus search engine to look for results because this search gives results for pdf documents. I did a search using key words and found a large number of articles which stated that the big bang predicts the creation of equal amounts of matter and anti matter. To be fair, I did find some dissenting views, connected in the main with string theory, which is in itself an ad hoc speculative attempt to patch up theory and observation. Perhaps I should consider the possibility that my Scirus search engine is differant from everybody else's. In normal circumstances I would cite sources but as there are so many references to this particular prediction of bb I don't consider it necessary. Of course if you have relevant information to the contrary you should publish but I don't see how you could have without a viable GUT. Seems like your accusation of being stupid and "showing my ignorance" now applies in the other direction.

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