by Matthieu Giroux
Standard model tells us that universe’s expansion should slow down. But the model of negative-mass particles, which we explain, makes antiparticles’ force speeding up the universe’s expansion. Jean-Pierre PETIT explains this model with the JANUS model.
If the Universe’s expansion had been one billionth less, it would have collapsed. If the expansion had been one billionth more, it would have spread in cold, with diluted gases.
If there was a billionth difference between the Electromagnetic field and the Gravitational field, stars would not have been created.
If mass difference between proton and neutron were not exactly twice that of the electron, there would have been no chemical reactions. If the charge of electrons and protons did not balance exactly, no material would be stable in the universe. So the universe is a plant with a soul.