Quantum Gravity and String Theory


On a Possible Cause of Negative Sign of Gravitational Interaction Between Matter and Antimatter

Authors: Zbigniew Modrzejewski

Based on the mass-energy equivalence from special theory of relativity, we conjecture simple and clear framework for the purpose of conceptualizing atomic mass generation mechanism for a single hydrogen atom. We then apply it to see if it would offer conclusive clarification of the issue of the sign of gravitational interaction between the Earth and antihydrogen atoms at CERN. Our testable prediction is that the interaction will be conclusively repulsive, i.e. of equal and opposite magnitude as compared to the attractive one. We are confident that, if experimentally verified, our conjecture has sufficient potential to result in a theoretical basis of the first experimentally testable quantum gravity hypothesis.

Comments: 21 Pages. This is an open access scientific research paper distributed under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY (4.0 International) license.

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[v1] 2018-10-03 16:25:01 (removed)
[v2] 2018-10-05 12:47:22 (removed)
[v3] 2018-10-09 16:19:07 (removed)
[v4] 2018-10-15 15:38:21 (removed)
[v5] 2018-12-16 21:44:38 (removed)
[v6] 2019-03-09 16:09:40 (removed)
[v7] 2019-03-17 23:09:31

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