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Why is there an imbalance of matter to antimatter in the early universe?
>There are two main interpretations for this disparity: either the universe began with a small preference for matter (total baryonic number of the universe different from zero), or the universe was originally perfectly symmetric, but somehow a set of phenomena contributed to a small imbalance in favour of matter over time. The second point of view is preferred, although there is no clear experimental evidence indicating either of them to be the correct one.
It is my contention that baryonic assymetry was caused by the Demiurge, which came into being a fraction of a second after the Big Bang. Before this time there was only the Origin (the Plank Epoch), a perfectly symmetrical, completely unified force with no breaks or contours (Grand Unification Epoch).