Moontanman Posted July 27, 2013 Share Posted July 27, 2013 I know that most scientists think that matter and anti matter will be affected by gravity the same, there are some that are holding out for anti matter to have anti gravity effects when it comes close to matter. If ( I KNOW HUGE WORD) but if this turns out to be true wouldn't this mean that anti gravity and matter would be attracted to each other twice as much as any two chunks of either would be attracted? In positive and negative charges they are usually attracted to each other but wouldn't that mean that positive and negative gravity would attract each other? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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