The purpose of this is to explain where all the antimatter is.
In the beginning there was nothing, void. This was time before time.
This little dot here is suppose to be the Big Bang. It represents the start of time in our sense.
This blue arrow represents our interpretation of time, the direction it moves in is the direction in time the atoms on our bodies move in
A picture with atoms.
So from our perspective of time, this is "Causality" or the way things are suppose to happen.
Going back to the Big Bang, it seems odd that everything went in the same direction.
Why not make assume that because "We" went one way, something else went another way?
So what if "We" are Causality, then what is the other?
Another picture. Two bodies going in opposite directions.
From our perspective, antimatter are atoms that went off at another direction when at the beginning.
So an antimatter/matter reaction would be atoms that went the other way and ended up in our perspective
So the question is how?
(Yes, I know there are many issues with presenting time as circular. But I needed to simplify it at that time.). Lets assume that time is circular.
Remember those two lines from before?
Lets look at my model (which has issues) for time again
So here is how the two would travel and interact.
When there is a matter/antimatter reaction,
Whats actually going on is that matter that went in the other direction got to the present (?).
What I like about this model is that it isn't limited to two paths.
What if there were four rather then two?
I was thinking that they would assort to the 120 degrees seen in carbon atoms. Something about destroying each other, but my notes were illegible at this point.
So it's not that there is a dearth of antimatter, it's all actually somewhere(?) else.
I know this has many many many issues, it was a long time ago.I don't really care about this anymore, but if someone who actually knows about this stuff could tell me why this is wrong/right, I would be very grateful.
Felt good to get that out of my mind after so many years.