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- Are there exactly as many negative charges as positive, in the universe?

Are there exactly as many negative charges as positive, in the universe?

If so, how can we be sure, and if not then what is the difference and why?

If there is an assumption of charge neutrality at time zero, then why? Is there a rationale behind that or just an unsupported supposition?

If so, how can we be sure, and if not then what is the difference and why?

If there is an assumption of charge neutrality at time zero, then why? Is there a rationale behind that or just an unsupported supposition?