Scientists involved in the search for the so-called “God Particle” have concluded that, based their current understanding, the universe shouldn’t exist at all.
When applying the standard model to the Big Bang theory, science and mathematics say the universe should have been instantly destroyed. Scientists have been unable to find a reason for why their secular creation story can’t hold up to basic scrutiny.
CERN’s researchers used their equipment to make the most precise measurement ever of an anti-proton—the antimatter equivalent of the proton, a building block of the atom—and its reaction to a magnetic force, called the “moment.” What they found was that it was identical to the proton.
In fact, every aspect of antimatter has been identical to their material counterparts. And, since the interaction of matter and antimatter results in the most perfectly efficient reaction known to science—a tremendous burst of energy—the researchers have struggled to explain how the Big Bang can even be possible.
CERN researcher Christian Smorra told Nature magazine:
"All of our observations find a complete symmetry between matter and antimatter, which is why the universe should not actually exist. An asymmetry must exist here somewhere but we simply do not understand where the difference is."
CERN has been trying to find this “asymmetry” for more than a decade.