In the beginning there was the Big Bang...then there was plasma...then there were particles, and so on... Now, how is it possible that from a cooling plasma, randomly (?) emerged particles that are so perfectly uniform? I mean, all neutrons are exactly the same...size, mass, properties...and this is true for each known particles. It's a bit as if, from melted Lego plastic, were emerging bricks of exactly similar dimensions, shapes and weight...without the use of a mould! How do we explain the uniformity of these randomly formed particles?