Perfect Symmetry Heinz R. Pagels wrote about it. I have read it. But I don’t remember enough to say for sure that what I will discuss in the following is not just echoes of what he said. In any event, my understandings of perfect symmetry are the following. In a perfect universe: Einstein’s equation is E = m. Energy is mass and mass is energy. Two of Maxwell’s equations in vacuum are written as: curl E= -dB/dt curl B= dE/dt. The speed of light c is equal to 1 (c=1). Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion F=ma=0 (inertial force is zero). Since inertial force is equivalent to gravitational force, gravity is also zero. Space is time and time is space. Space=0, time=0. The universe is static. No big bang. And then the worse part, we wouldn’t be here to talk about it.