Being Beats Nothingness
The Dzero collaboration, along with Fermilab’s Tevatron particle accelerator, has discovered an advantage of matter over antimatter, supporting the growth of the entire known universe
Science already suggests that equal parts matter and antimatter was created and vaporized in the Big Bang, yet the physical universe exists with an edge over antimatter existence.
Results spark from the behavior of neutral B-meson particles that move between matter and antimatter-based states trillions of times a second. The space between travel from antimatter to matter is slightly less than the reverse, creating a significant 1% increase in the latter state.
Scientists and physicists look positively toward the results, hoping to further research with the Large Hadron Collider.