## IV. TERRITORIES OF MATTER AND ANTIMATTER

Where do the territories of matter and antimatter reside in The Universe?

Because matter (+) and antimatter (-) are opposites, they behave in a contradictory fashion. I theorize that the direction in which they travel and the territories of the Universe in which they reside are opposite. This can be demonstrated graphically using the Cartesian coordinate system in 2D space where quadrant I contains all matter (+,+) and quadrant III contains all anti-matter (−,−). Accordingly, in 1D space there are two districts: positive (+) and negative (-). Additionally, 3D space is divided into eight districts which is represented by +++, —, ++-, –+, +–, -+-, +-+, and -++. The +++ district is the designated territory for matter. Likewise, the — district is the designated territory for antimatter. The rest are mixed territories.

One way to visualize this is using a closed, finite, 2D space. Supposed the sun is shining at a right angle to the axis of the earth. We assign the North Pole as the original point, the X axis as the ring circling the 9AM and 9PM meridians, and the Y axis as the ring circling the 3AM and 3PM meridians. Suppose that daytime (9AM to 3PM) represents the positive territory, nighttime (9PM to 3AM) corresponds to the negative territory, while everywhere else is designated as the mixed territories centered at the 6AM and 6PM marks. The 6AM and 6PM marks are the twilight zones at which day and night is unclear. Particles that come from the twilight zone are indistinguishable in terms of polarity, akin to the midpoint of a bar magnet. The North and South poles are the only two points that are common to all hours. The matter territory and the antimatter territory meet at these two points but nothing will ever be produced at here.3

I further hypothesize that Meether discharges matter and antimatter in different directions. Quadrants II (−,+) and IV (+,−) contain a mixture of wandering matter and wandering anti-matter until the quantity of each build to the point where they migrate to their appropriate quadrant.  If by chance, wandering matter or antimatter drifts into a quadrant and collides with its opposite, they will explode. Since the speed limit of the Universe is the speed of light, the limit to the size of the Universe is the size large enough in which a unit of matter and a unit of antimatter cannot easily collide, although traveling at the speed of light. Because the Universe has expanded so much and continues to expand the probability of collision is very small.

A universe consisting mainly of positive matter is incomplete. It must have negatives. It must balance. Meether’s singular system consists of matter (+) and anti-matter (-).They appear in the same way that we understand how batteries and magnets work. Matter and anti-matter do not appear side by side the same way the positive and negative charges of a battery and the north and south poles of a magnet do not appear side by side. These items are polar opposites.  These are singular systems that incorporate equal and opposite subsystems in order to provide balance and work appropriately.  When one puts two separate and distinct pieces of a magnet together (each with their own north and south poles), the joining creates a larger magnet and is one system with only one set of north and south poles – not two sets despite the joining of two magnets. Meether is one system too.