Antimatter Fails Another Test

The Standard Model for the Big Bang, which has been modified with rescuing devices since its inception, is saturated with difficulties. Products of the Big Bang are expected and look good in models, but have yet to be found out in the wild.

Something that is known to people outside the secular science industry and the hallowed halls of academia is the word antimatter. Supposedly, the Big Bang produced equal amounts of matter and antimatter. All that antimatter is missing and the absence is yet to be explained.

The Big Bang has numerous problems and many rescuing devices, some of these are facepalm-worthy. Also, the expected antimatter is still mostly missing
Antimatter bursts over thunderstorm, NASA / Goddard Space Flight Center (usage does not imply endorsement of site contents)
Antimatter does exist, and when it comes into contact with matter, energy ensues. (That's why we hear about matter-antimatter propulsion units in science fiction.) However, there is not enough of that. Lots of guesswork and rescuing devices, some of which are facepalm-worthy, and even tests at the CERN "antimatter factory". There are amazingly bad errors from secularists who are desperate to keep their deep-time cosmic evolution models and deny the Creator his due.

Secular cosmologists are still puzzling over why our universe is made primarily of matter. According to the Standard Model, the Big Bang should have produced equal quantities of matter and antimatter, which differ only in charge (e.g., a positron is a twin of an electron, but with a positive charge). Scientists at RIKEN have now run the most precise test at CERN ever done, and it failed to find any difference. “Matter and antimatter seem to respond equally to gravity,” their January 6 press release reads.

If reading the rest of the article matters to you, head on over to "Antimatter Problem Still Defies Natural Explanation."