# Thread: My theory on why we are here. :D

1. So I had a thought about the big bang and its symmetry. If the bang was actually symmetrical then for every particle of matter there is a particle of antimatter but then annihilation happened between them which caused some matter to be remained but if this is true the symmetry theory doesn't not comply but how about not all the antimatter and matter collided there for leaving equal amounts of each left after annihilation.  2.

3. Originally Posted by andyh10
So I had a thought about the big bang and its symmetry. If the bang was actually symmetrical then for every particle of matter there is a particle of antimatter but then annihilation happened between them which caused some matter to be remained but if this is true the symmetry theory doesn't not comply but how about not all the antimatter and matter collided there for leaving equal amounts of each left after annihilation.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CP_violation  4. Yes but the only current way we have managed to get the antimatter to show is by using negative atoms which are made up of matter so how possibly was it created?
which is where my ideas comes from it was already there  5. Originally Posted by andyh10
So I had a thought about the big bang and its symmetry. If the bang was actually symmetrical then for every particle of matter there is a particle of antimatter but then annihilation happened between them which caused some matter to be remained but if this is true the symmetry theory doesn't not comply but how about not all the antimatter and matter collided there for leaving equal amounts of each left after annihilation.
Entropy is where everything is the same. In thermodynamics 0hz is an example. Same with electromagnetism when applied to absolute zero.
This entropy is what the big bang is changing(oscillations effecting 0hz).
If this entropy was a glass made of the common denominator of all particles(super symmetry).A feasible state of existence and a plausible composition of whatever is everything .
A sound/oscillation could have started the big bang, causing an implosion within the glass. Mobile particles hitting the rest of the glass would be the expansion of the universe.
Timeless. 0hz no oscillations to measure time with.  6. But sound travels through air to create oscillations and to effect anything it mus collide woth particles of matter  7. Originally Posted by Max Time Taken

Entropy is where everything is the same. In thermodynamics 0hz is an example. Same with electromagnetism when applied to absolute zero...
I don't think your definition quite covers it. In simplistic terms:

Entropy is a measure of how evenly energy is distributed in a system. In a physical system, entropy provides a measure of the amount of energy that cannot be used to do work.
(ref. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Introduction_to_entropy )

As I understand it, a closed system can have just about any amount of energy. If the energy in that closed system is evenly distributed ("...where everything is the same..."), it has reached a point of maximum entropy. This doesn't necessarily mean that the temperature of the system is at absolute zero as far as I know.

Chris  8. entropy is a measure of depleted potentiality  energy collapsed into state, roughly akin to wave into particle.  9. Originally Posted by foszae
entropy is a measure of depleted potentiality  energy collapsed into state, roughly akin to wave into particle.    