Our physical existence is interpreted using the fundamental real base positive unit of 1. With the addition of an
orthogonal imaginary component with base unit of i, the oscillatory nature between both phases results in π becoming a
fundamental time constant of the universe. By extending this dual orthogonal existence to the Big Bang beginning of our
cosmos the oscillatory mixing between the Real and Imaginary expansion components can produce a numerical answer
for the current observed matter to antimatter discrepancy in our universe.