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Offline Veselin Atanasov

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Protonium + gravity = antigravity?
« on: 22/05/2016 05:51:59 »
Is it possible any idea what can happen if they interact maybe we can see dark energy coming out from that interaction or levitation(antigravity).So what do you think,is it possible?


 

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Re: Protonium + gravity = antigravity?
« Reply #1 on: 22/05/2016 09:30:51 »
Is it possible any idea what can happen if they interact maybe we can see dark energy coming out from that interaction or levitation(antigravity).So what do you think,is it possible?


You/we can not ''see'' dark energy, at the moment dark energy is of the imagination with no proof of ''existence'', to say you are ''barking'' up the wrong tree is suiting.
 

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Re: Protonium + gravity = antigravity?
« Reply #2 on: 22/05/2016 10:59:55 »
Ok but have you got any idea what can happen if they interact?I'm no physics guy just a little curios:)
 

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Re: Protonium + gravity = antigravity?
« Reply #3 on: 22/05/2016 11:11:32 »
Ok but have you got any idea what can happen if they interact?I'm no physics guy just a little curios:)

I have lots of ideas about just about everything, but my ''imagination'' itself is not proof.  If something is not 100% correct then that something must be 100% wrong.

In discussion of anti-matter, in my opinion anti-matter does not ''exist'', anti-matter in my opinion is a process that can be observed with ''expansion'' of ''things''.   In example when a metal object gains more ''light'', the metal expands, the ''matter'' reforms in an anti process.  The strong nuclear bond being ''stretched'' , an ''anti-matter'' process.

I define ''matter'' as objects of solidity.

I define ''light''  as ''anti-matter'' because this is what we observe, add more energy and matter wants to ''break'' apart.  That is pretty anti in every sense.



 

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