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Antigravity gets first test at Cern's Alpha experiment


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I think it would mess up, to some extent, General Relativity and most other models of gravity that I know of, including my own. Maybe some theories might benefit. Plasma Cosmology, for instance, proposes anti-matter with matter interactions to explain the expansion of the universe, for instance. This is not anti-gravity but it might help explain, if there is a lot of anti-matter out there, why we don't see more gamma rays resulting from matter interactions.

 

Any new descovery has the potential for new technology, which is the positive aspect of it. But it would probably goof up a lot of present theory.

 

If they can substanciat just a little difference between the two that too would be hard to explain using present theory, which might imply lesser matter.

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