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Posted by Richard Ruquist on September 10, 2003 12:38:57 UTC

Dear Bart,

Apparently you believe in continuous creation and no recombination of matter with anti-matter. I was especially intrigued by these remarks:

***Also the annihilation you talk about at the beginning of time, is entirely suspect given that in order to get this violation of symmetry, you have to violate every known conservation law along the way.

To find a model of galaxies consistent with the conservation laws you are compelled to say there must be antimatter out there, now where the hell is it? ***

Annihilation or recombination refers to a plus charge combining with a minus charge. The net charge is zero both before and after annihilation. That does not violate any conservation law. Right?

Please explain if otherwise.


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