From Twilight to Highlight: The Physics of Supernovae:

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D.1.1 Electromagnetism and the gauge principle. In both instances, the proportionality constant is the characteristic quantum of action (action being defined as energy × time)—that is to say, Planck’s constant divided by 2π, or ℏ. One of its primary goals is to investigate why the universe appears to be made entirely from matter, and not from anti-matter. Covers implications for economics, biology etc and not just physics.

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