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From my very basic “understanding” of particle physics and our search for hidden particles something keeps nagging at me; is it possible that quantity/quality of particles/boson are tied to time? In other words can the absolute age of any particular piece of matter such as when that particle was actually formed after the big bang determine the strengths of force/bond? IE: “Matter” that we have in our area of the universe is “younger” than matter in the area/time of the center of the big bang. And could the ultimate “aging” of matter account for the matter/anti matter disparity?

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