Given sufficient energy a proton/antiproton pair can be created from photons in the laboratory. Does the (apparently) slight bias exhibited in the big bang apply to the laboratory? In other words, the universe is seemingly not made of antimatter, only "matter." Pushing this idea further, is each galaxy creating protons at its center from photons where most pairs immediately annihilate but due to the bias some protons do not annihilate? Almost every galaxy has a relativistic jet. Are quasars giant proton factories? Would the bias toward "matter" and against "antimatter" have survived the big bang?