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Physicist Louis Del Montes New Theory Explains Universes Missing Antimatter   By PRWEB

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) December 18, 2012

Louis A. Del Monte, Physicist, CEO and Author of Unraveling the Universes Mysteries, has developed a theory to explain the missing antimatter in the universe. This new theory is discussed in his recently published book and on his YouTube channel, Louis Del Monte.

In theory, the traditional Big Bang theory postulates that matter and antimatter were produced in equal quantities. Therefore, the scientific community has been puzzled about the near absence of antimatter in our universe. To explain the discrepancy, Del Monte postulates that the universe is actually the result of a collision between two infinitely dense virtual particles, one matter and the other antimatter. Using chemistry and eight years of particle collision data, Del Monte is able to explain the missing antimatter. He calls his new theory the Big Bang Duality theory.

In 2010, based on eight years of particle acceleration data, the scientists at CERN announced that collisions between matter and antimatter favor the creation of matter and electromagnetic radiation (photons), explains Del Monte. This discovery in the lab supports the Big Bang Duality theory and explains why we have a universe filled with matter and photons.