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Volume 12: Pages 427-428, 1999
The Relationship between Antigravity and Antimatter
Edward S. Barkin
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If subatomic particles are warpages of space at the Planck scale, as M theory suggests, then the fact that both matter and antimatter exist could well be related to the fact that both gravity and antigravity apparently do. The question then arises: Do matter and antimatter have opposite gravitational charge? If so, antimatter should be gravitationally repulsive.
Keywords: antigravity, antimatter, cosmological constant, matter, quantum gravity
Received: April 30, 1998; Published online: December 15, 2008