If everything were perfectly symmetrical, nothing would happen, there would be no change or evolution, the universe would come to a standstill. When the Big Bang occurred, all the particles would have had the same gravitational pull, therefore the whole of what became the universe would have been perfectly symmetrical in all directions. Fortunately, this was not the case, there were small asymmetries which meant that matter coalesced and became everything that exists today. Some sort of asymmetry is needed for there to be change, yet we humans seek symmetry. This is an exploration of near perfect symmetry . . . imperfect symmetry.