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6:16pm on Sunday, 18th March, 2012:
Who in their right mind would create a universe that contains both matter and anti-matter? That's just asking for trouble! The matter and anti-matter eliminated each other, leaving you with nothing. All that effort you spent universe-creating is just wasted.
If a game-designer had created the universe out of nothing, they wouldn't have split the nothing into two, they'd have split it into three. Rock-matter would eliminate scissors-matter, scissors-matter would eliminate paper-matter, paper-matter would eliminate rock-matter. That way, no matter how much elimination goes on, you've always got some matter.
Next time you create a universe, don't make the same mistakes that were made when this one was created.
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