Please help me with my confusion. My logic: 1. CP violation causes direct T-violation 2. T-violation breaks Kirchhoff's law of thermal radiation (imagine a rock in a thermal bath of T-violating particles, where absorption and emission rates are different). When I say "radiation", I don't mean photons, but any type of radiation. 3. Such body in thermal equilibrium with environment will become hotter or colder than environment, depending on what is more probable - absorption or emission. 4. !!!!????