Scientists Are Questioning Everything They Thought They Knew About the Universe

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According to the latest research from Swiss scientists, the universe shouldn’t exist. Researchers at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, recently published their findings, which ultimately left them wondering why the universe hasn’t been destroyed.

All of our observations find a complete symmetry between matter and antimatter, which is why the universe should not actually exist,” said Christian Smorra, a physicist at CERN’s Baryon-Antibaryon Symmetry Experiment (BASE) collaboration. Smorra, who co-authored the study, published in Nature this month, explained their confusion: “An asymmetry must exist here somewhere but we simply do not understand where the difference is.

Scientists have conducted various studies in their attempts to find the difference between matter and antimatter. They say one must exist to explain the reason antimatter did not destroy the universe at the beginning of time.

As Cosmos Magazine science writer Cathal O’Connell explained:

“Antimatter is notoriously unstable – any contact with regular matter and it annihilates in a burst of pure energy that is the most efficient reaction known to physics.”

He continued:

“The standard model predicts the Big Bang should have produced equal amounts of matter and antimatter – but that’s a combustive mixture that would have annihilated itself, leaving nothing behind to make galaxies or planets or people.”

Scientists have examined the possibility of a difference in mass or electric charge between matter and antimatter but so far haven’t come up with an explanation.

The latest test attempted to find a difference in the magnetism of matter and antimatter, but, once again, the scientists found they were identical in this respect, too.

Dr. Smorra and his team studied protons and antiprotons, an effort that took over a decade to facilitate, O’Connell explained. Because antiprotons are difficult to store since no physical container can hold antimatter, the scientists stored the antiprotons in a device called a Pennings trap.

“But by using a combination of two traps, the BASE team made the most perfect antimatter chamber ever – holding the antiprotons for 405 days.

“This stable storage allowed them to run their magnetic moment measurement on the antiprotons. The result gave a value for the antiproton magnetic moment of −2.7928473441 μN. (μN is a constant called the nuclear magneton.) Apart from the minus sign, this is identical to the previous measurement for the proton.”

The Independent notes that the researchers hope to examine the antiprotons in even more detail in search of differences, while other ongoing investigations are currently exploring “the effect of gravity of antimatter – trying to answer the question of whether antimatter might fall ‘up’.

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  • John C Carleton

    The world is flat.if you say it is not flat, we will burn you alive, because we are right.

    Later, My God, The world is not flat!
    Remember those people we burned at the stake for saying the world was not flat?

    • darkhorse

      yup…and we’re still being burned

    • Andrew Miller

      Yes, and the man who came up with the big bang theory was a Catholic priest. No joke.

      • John C Carleton

        He got confused, he was talking about himself and little boys.

        • Freespirit

          The “Little” Bang theory

  • SP_88

    It would seem that this research has at least made the big bang theory an unlikely, if not impossible beginning for our universe.
    If everything that exists in the universe was packed into a small space just prior to the big bang, either the matter and antimatter would have annihilated itself, or the antimatter wasn’t in there with all the matter, and was already dispersed throughout the space the big bang expanded into, or it could have been part of a separate big anti-bang.
    If the big bang theory is true, then it stands to reason that there was no antimatter with the matter, and it’s possible the antimatter was already there. I don’t know where “there” is if the universe didn’t exist yet, but they can figure that out.

  • darkhorse

    the scientists don’t know why the universe hasn’t been destroyed yet but they’re working 27/7 to make it happen…

  • darkhorse

    how come scientists aren’t imploding from hubris…?

  • Yankee27

    There are many “states” of matter the scientists have not considered,
    for example:

    1. What’s the MATTER? State of concern
    2. It doesn’t MATTER – State of unconcern
    3.The facts of the MATTER- State of fact
    4. Feckal MATTER- State of I don’t give a sheet
    4.My Alma MATTER- My former School

    There are many many more.
    ” But what difference at this point does it make?”

    • paroikos

      The difference is that what matters to you doesn’t matter to matter.

    • They didn’t teach you much about English at your former school, did they?

  • Spatial Memory

    about planck time we get some real news in these domains

  • darkhorse

    must be off-putting for scientists to realize they’re not GOD

  • newsens

    Big Bang, what a joke – religion disguised as science. Of course today, much of what is called science is science fiction.

  • Rey d’Tutto

    Gravity is an expression of the curvature of space-time caused by mass.
    Protons and antiprotons have mass. Negative mass is not (yet) a discovered reality.

    • All antiparticles have negative mass just as they have opposite charges from their non-anti-partners.

  • phicrappazappa

    And the constellations never change.

    • kimmmmm

      Because we are in the matrix.

    • The constellations are a human creation based on observation. They don’t exist outside of the human concept.

  • Bill L

    For by HIM (JESUS CHRIST) were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones , or dominions, or principalities, or powers: “all ” things were created by HIM, and for HIM: and HE (JESUS CHRIST) is before all things, and be HIM all things consist (hold together).
    One day JESUS CHRIST will remove HIS WORD and all matter will dissolve, count on it. Revelation 21:1 .

    • paroikos

      Furthermore, “Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear (Hebrews 11:3).”

  • all creation points to a creator…but don’t let that get in your way insane atheist fools

    • Why does a creator have to be a deity? Beyond Biocentrism ends the need.

      • you are one of those..”the universe exists because i perceive it fools”….fools like this would be a joke, except bankers find it very useful to harness your insanity to help destroy truth and enslave humanity

        • I prefer being a fool that believes in something for which there is some substantial evidence than one who has “faith is the substance of things hoped for, for which there is no evidence of things not seen.”

  • Cynical Old Bastard

    Um… isn’t that what scientists are supposed to do? Question things?

    • Scientists are supposed to create hypotheses and then test them. Questioning is for game shows.

      • Cynical Old Bastard

        I imagine you get beat up a lot.

        • Your imagination operates more than your intellect or common sense. I was only assaulted once, by a former girl friend’s new boyfriend, who abandoned her after he knocked her up. He knocked my glasses off because I had the temerity to pat her on the butt. I have never understood the substitution of physical violence for reasonable contemplation. In the case of the military, it is nothing more than a push for military industrial congressional complex profits. Kevin Shipp explains it very well in this video:

  • Freespirit

    The UNIVERSE exists as a constant exchange between MASS, which take many forms and ENERGY. which also takes many forms

    This exchange is in PERPETUITY and to maintain that Perpetuity, the UNIVERSE is and MUST be , INFINITE.

    A FINITE Universe COULD, “self destruct”, without perpetuity, into ……WHAT? – “Another” Universe- SAME Universe with a different name ?

    The KEY to understanding what I say is…..What is on the “other” side of the Universe.Do we reach a “Gaza Wall”, when we come to the “end” of the Universe? What could possibly DEFINE the end of the Universe?

    There can be NO END, only CHANGE

    MOST, but FORTUNATELY, not all, humans are limited by their defining everything, UNFORTUNATELY, by the “world” they live in. Joe next door built his house, therefore a “God” must have “built” this Planet.

    One day we will get over that INFANTILE consciousness.

    End of story

  • That would be the strong force.
    Beyond Biocentrism explains “a connection to our conscious and subconscious will to exist.”

  • What is the membrane made of?

  • Undecider

    Does this mean that all the classes people took over the years will be suddenly refundable?

    • Why would that which wasn’t paid for be refunded?

      • Undecider

        All those classes people took in college and all the garbage the taxpayers paid for with K-12.

        • I’ve never seen or heard of any kind of warranty on any academic offering. A good votech course is worth a semester of study hall, and I refused all of those they put on my high school schedule.