MigL Posted March 7 Share Posted March 7 On 3/6/2023 at 12:52 AM, Markus Hanke said: CPT symmetry is fundamentally implied by local Lorentz invariance Just to be clear ... You can have individual 'legs' of CPT symmetry break, as long as that break is made up for by a break in another 'leg'. For example, a CP violation would have to be made up for by a T violation, thereby keeping CPT symmetric and Lorentz invariance, in order to preserve physical laws. Or am I mistaken, because I can think of cases involving the weak interaction where P symmetry is violated, and anti-matter, here C symmetry is violated. On 3/6/2023 at 12:52 AM, Markus Hanke said: I’m just an ordinary guy who does all this as a hobby But you do it extremely well ... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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