Why are there more matters than anti-matters in the Universe

K.H.K. Geerasee Wijesuriya (geerasee1@gmail.com)
School of Natural Science, Carlfield University
May, 2018
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The author of this thesis is K.H.K. Geerasee Wijesuriya (Normally identify as Geerasee Wijesuriya). And this thesis solution is innovative and this solution is completely K.H.K. Geerasee Wijesuriya’s concept. Geerasee studied at Faculty of Science, University of Colombo Sri Lanka. And she graduated with BSc(Hons) in Physics and Mathematics from the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka in 2014 June. And recently she completed her Doctorate degree in Physics and Astronomy. Geerasee has been invited by several Astronomy/Physics institutions and organizations world-wide, asking to get involve with them. Also, She has received several invitations from some private researchers around the world asking to contribute to their researches. She worked as Mathematics tutor/Instructor at Mathematics department, Faculty of Engineering, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka.
 

Abstract

We know that in the present era, there are much amount of matter particles than anti-matter particles in the universe. But at this moment, scientists don’t have any significant explanation to explain ‘why there are much matter particles than anti-matter particles’ in the universe. But with this research, I investigate an explanation to explain the answer for that problem in Physics and Cosmology, with the usage of Quantum Mechanics. I use several results in Quantum Mechanics such as Schrodinger equation, logical mathematics and etc.