Ultimate fate of the universe

Ultimate fate of the universe

 
Why do Suns,Planets. Moons Rotate on Their Axis? & even Quarks Spin.
 
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Ultimate fate of the universe discussion
 
8216bexw
Why do Suns,Planets. Moons Rotate on Their Axis? & even Quarks Spin.
           
 
Ritwik
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I think................
.....when the cellestial bodies formed they began rotating around their own axis. they continue to do so because of what is known as "NEWTON's 1ST LAW OF MOTION"
           
 
stephenmann35
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Matter may either spin left or right, clockwise or counter-clockwise. It prefers clounter-clockwise; anti-matter is clockwise. It has "chirality" (Greek for hand). In my opinion, this means that celestials rotate counter-clockwise because matter does. The Solar System has a counter-clockwise dominance, for example.

Since astronomers haven't found evidence for anti-matter in the universe except in their labs, ours is only matter. This doesn't mean one can't be made up of anti-matter but implies another may exist which is and therefore a "meta-universe" may exist which includes both types.

Another implication of this chirality is that a deeper level of matter exists than our current theory allows: atoms are said to be made up of nucleons, electrons, and their energy sub-particles. I suspect they in turn are made up of "quarklets" and at this deepest level is where matter and anti-matter separated in the Big Bang.

What I mean is that a creation should be the same as flipping a coin within this context, so that a universe may be either one or the other but not both. Therefore, an anti-universe should also exist but presumably beyond our ken (because of the Big Bang's "event horizon", or the wave of expansion it became 13.7 billion years ago into the meta-universe). This would have nullified all previous evidence of a meta-universe as a stone thrown into a pond would the ripples and currents previous to that's "event.

Steve
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8216bexw
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Hi Stephen Thank you for your most informative answer,