Article 9:
Where the Raw Materials that Fed the Big Bang Came From

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Where are the BTTPs traveling backward in time going? Since they are traveling back in time at the same speed we are traveling forward in time, and they are, as we pass them, at the same distance out from the center of our four-dimensional spherical Universe as we are, they are going to get to the very center, where the Big Bang occurred, at the exact time when the Big Bang occurred. So these particles, presumably undifferentiated and spread uniformly across space, are traveling back in time to provide the material to feed the Big Bang, after which, because of the Big Bang, it will become the matter that will differentiate into the galaxies, stars and planets of our Universe.

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