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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 12, 2003 21:43:52 UTC

I searched for NASA Big Bang Anti-matter and got the NASA-Goddard site. It strats off by saying that equale amounts of matter and anti-matter are created inpair production. But you did not read far enough. For at the end of that paragraph I find the following statement, and I quote:

". Before the matter and anti-matter had a chance to recombine, some of the anti-matter decayed. So when they recombined, there was some matter left over which formed our universe. "

That completely substantiates my position using your reference as far as I can determine.

I expect a humble apology and I will never refer to you as stupid again.

Thank you in advance.


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