IMT – ANTIMATTER BALANCE
MATTER ANTIMATTER BALANCE
IMT is based on the notion that anti-matter was not destroyed in the creation of the universe, but diverted to an Interspatial manifold.
Exactly how this might have happened, why this happened, or if it is continuing to happen is beyond the scope of this theory at this time.
Given that we see antimatter created in high-energy experiments like those at the LHC, we know that both matter and antimatter are created at the same time. Again, why particles remain with the matter in experiments and were pushed to the manifold during the big bang is not yet part of the discussion in regards to this theory.
Nature never avoids balance, but, seeks it out. Nature doesn’t tend to remove things that are out of balance, but finds harmony through synergy.
MATTER/ANTIMATTER FIELD THEORY
Matter/Antimatter Field Theory (MAFT) is a new area of scientific endeavor exposed by IMT. The scope of this subject lies in understanding how fields interact between matter and antimatter through the manifold.
These interaction needs to be understood in context and within a frame of reference that takes into account the materials and energies present in both environments when we measure the exposure of antimatter to matter.
The impact of MAFT would extend our understanding of the way the universe was formed and drive development of materials like high temperature superconductors, exotic materials that can utilize gamma rays and harness radioactive decay and possibly even materials that can block gravity.