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### Anti-matter repelled by gravity - is it a serious hypothesis? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why would Antimatter behave differently via Gravity? Regarding the following statement in this article: Most important of these is whether ordinary gravity attracts or ...
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### Why do people suspect antimatter falls upward? [duplicate]

Antimatter is similar to ordinary matter except they have the opposite charge, i like to know why this difference in their spin would affect their motion in the curvature of our 4-dimensional ...
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### Complete annihilation of matter-antimatter [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: More on matter and anti-matter Everyone knows that when matter and anti-matter come in contact, they result in pure energy. I want to know that if atoms and anti-atoms of two ...
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### Anti matter of gravity [duplicate]

We all know that the fundamental particles to be controlling the electric and magnetic forces in our universe are obtained in pairs(electrons and protons, north pole and south pole.) Likewise I guess ...
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### Antimatter traveling back in time and gravity [duplicate]

I've been reading on the construct of considering antimatter as matter traveling backward in time, which seems like an useful tool. There seems to be some discussion around this concept, if ...
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### How does an antiparticle respond to a gravitational field? [duplicate]

A related Wikipedia page provided a little overview. However, here's the question: If an anti-particle acquire a negative mass $m$ in QFT, doesn't $F=ma$ indicate that the anti-particle will ...
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### Does antimatter curve spacetime in the opposite direction as matter?

According to the Dirac equation, antimatter is the negative energy solution to the following relation: $$E^2 = p^2 c^2 + m^2 c^4.$$ And according to general relativity, the Einstein tensor (which ...
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### Do particles and anti-particles attract each other?

Do particles and anti-particles attract each other? From the very basic understanding that they are created out of nothing mutually and collide to annihilate each other seems to indicate this happens ...
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### In general what will holding an anti-hydrogen atom for more than a 1/10th of second allow scientists to discover?

In general what will holding an anti-hydrogen atom for more than a 1/10th of second allow scientists to discover? Specifically, given that they can hold one for <1/10th of a second, what would ...
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### Could the outer structure of the Universe be made from Antimatter?

CERN recently stated that antimatter may be repelled by matter, much like the opposite effect of Gravity. So is it possible that antimatter is actually repelled to the edges of the Universe to create ...
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### How do matter and antimatter interact gravitationally?

Me and my brother were watching television tonight, and he asked me a question that was somewhat along the lines of this: What would happen if the Earth was made of matter, and the moon was made of ...
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### Anti-matters effect on time and gravity

Assuming that energetic gamma photons travelling in free space at the speed of light have no influence on time and gravity (to my best knowledge no one ever measured a time dilation or gravitational ...
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### What is the Current Status of Measurement of the Gravitational Mass of Antimatter?

My current understanding is that it's generally expected (and has been predicted) that antimatter will fall down and not up in earth's gravity. But I haven't been able to locate any definitive ...