Asymmetrical Genesis by Remanufacture of Antielectrons

  title={Asymmetrical Genesis by Remanufacture of Antielectrons},
  author={Dirk J Pons and Arion Pons and Aiden J. Pons},
  journal={Journal of Modern Physics},
Problem: The asymmetrical genesis problem concerns why the universe should have an abundance of matter over antimatter. Purpose: This paper shows how the baryogenesis and leptogenesis asymmetries may both be resolved. Approach: Design methods were used to develop a conceptual mechanics for the remanufacturing processes that transform particles in the decay processes. This was based on the structures for the photon, electron, antielectron, proton and antineutrino as previously identified… 

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