A New Clue to Explain Existence
I'm sure not all of you are up on the matter/anti-matter imbalance question, so here's the short version (I'm a biologist, not a physicist, so feel free to clarify if you have better knowledge):
Current theory states that when you make matter from energy you tend to get an equal mix of matter and anti-matter. However, matter and anti-matter annihilate each other back into pure energy. So why is there any matter left after the Big bang?
Well, maybe it has to do with reaction like these mesons. Apparently you end up with just a little bit more matter than anti-matter. Is the difference big enough to explain the current universe? No, but maybe it leads the way into a new understanding of physics.
Go ahead and push the god of the gaps to a smaller gap.