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  1. #1 is there any negative / anti -energy? (like matter) 
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    i have read that there is negative matter (time travel through wormholes), and antimatter eg positron. and black energy is the cause of Negative gravity. if the matter and energy are opposite then energy must possess characteristics to counter matter.


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    Did you read that in Paul Davies's How to Build a Time Machine?


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    its my mind question. i dont read fiction books
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    It’s not fiction…it’s an essay by Paul Davies who is a nationally acclaimed astrophysicist. I just brought up that particular essay because I was reading it as I was reading through today’s posts…anyways about your question. Antigravity is thought to be generated by negative energy; also negative-energy states are known to exist in certain quantum systems.
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    Matter and energy are not opposite. They have the same gravitational effect. Antimatter almost certainly has the same gravitational effect as normal matter but we haven't been able to test this yet. There are experiments going on at CERN to capture enough antihydrogen in order to see how it responds to gravity. This is not easy.

    Dark energy is a purely hypothetical "explanation" for the apparent accelerating expansion of the universe. It behaves (qualitatively) rather like negative gravity - i.e. it pushes rather than pulls - but other than that it is not antigravity. We don't really know any more than that.
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    http://www.phy.duke.edu/~hsg/55/rela...s-jan-2000.pdf

    Check out this article from Scientific American magazine. It will give you something to dream about.
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    In Dirac's original theory of the electron, the energy appeared as the solution of a quadratic equation which yielded both positive and negative values. It was proposed that we live in a "sea" of electrons with negative energy and that the reason we don't usually observe them is that the negative energy levels are full, making it difficult for an electron with negative energy to exchange energy with anything else. In this picture, a positron was the hole left in the negative energy sea when an electron is raised from it into a state of positive energy. The proposed prosess was analogous to the production of "holes" by raising an electron from the valence band to the conduction band in a semiconductor. There are other ways of looking at electron/positron production but, with regard to the title of this thread, the notion of negative energy states was readily adopted by Dirac.
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    I have spent several days researching this particular topic of discussion previously, and it seems this topic that can tempt people into over-complexity can in fact be explained by simple primary-school mathematics. It seems that many phenomena in science can be. Antimatter is the opposite of matter. I believe that it too has elements like real matter, and that elements are, in theory, infinite, requiring more and more extreme environments to create them. We can express elements, both matter and antimatter, as the natural numbers, the most well-know sequence in mathematics (0,1,2,3,4,5,etc.). This means that we must have a 0. The vacumme. The vacumme is not nothing. We must leave this mis-conception behind to fully understand this position in physics. The vacumme is simply a medium without the presence of matter. It is still a physical space, and is still a something, by the fact that we can measure it. If we count this as 0, we can now see how antimatter and matter atoms can simultaneously be born from the vacumme. We must make sure that any equation is balanced, so both these variables (antimatter and matter) must be balanced to create ZERO difference. Let's take helium. It is the second matter elements, so let us know it as +2. To balance this, it is obvious to all that we may require a -2 to create a balance of 0. This shows how matter and antimatter can simultaneously be born from the vacumme. Some of your may suggest that this breaks a fundimental law of physics - matter and energy cannot be created or destroyed. This is not quite accurate. The ratio between matter and antimatter must always balance to 0. Creating matter and antimatter simultaneously with still keep the ratio between these two important variables of physics.
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    Anti-matter in theory is an opposing force to matter yet still matter with equal force, i.e a vacumn pertaining to anti-matter and space pertaining to matter, these two are in fact one for Newton's laws of motion's Third law: The mutual forces of action and reaction between two bodies are equal, opposite and collinear, space cannot exist without vaccum and vaccum cannot exist without space there must be an equal and opposite force for matter to exist for the things which are made are made by things which cannot be seen, light traveling at hyper-speed goes beyond matter and anti-matter..i.e.E=Mc2<c2-M=c>E, one must remove mass i.e matter, to travel beyond the c light speed i.e to arrive at point of origion proir to departure in theory this is done simultaneously in and out of time, now, you just are now aware of it as you cannot see this beyond spectrum of light speed due to your mass.

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    All the while, the field of physics did not seriously consider the possibility of existence of negative mass at the general state.
    The standard explanation about negative mass is, if energy level of negative exists, that the state of low energy is stable, and the lowest state of energy is minus infinity, so the positive mass of all emits energy, and it will transit to the energy level of minus infinity, and the universe will collapse. However, at the present, our universe exists without collapsing, so the explanation for this became the strong proof for the nonexistence of the negative mass and the energy level of negative. We have taken this as the natural common sense and teach it to students.

    At the center of this background, there is the fundamental proposition that "State of low energy is stable". But, we show that the "State of low energy is stable" proposition is an incomplete one, and in case of a positive mass, it is stable at the low state, whereas, in case of negative mass, it is stable at the high state. Due to this, the problem of the transition of the energy level of minus infinity does not occur, and therefore, in our universe, the existence of negative mass is possible.


    http://vixra.org/abs/1107.0052


    Birth of the universe from zero energy state.
    Birth of the Universe from Zero Energy State - Bigbang, negative energy,negative mass - YouTube

    This is a computer simulation that shows you that the universe led to the current structure of the universe with pair creation of positive energy and negative energy from the zero energy state.

    For characteristics of the negative mass, refer to below video.
    Negative mass, Dark matter, Dark Energy, Bullet Cluster, Antigravity-1 - YouTube

    Assuming that negative mass and positive mass were born together at the beginning of universe, it satisfies the various problems that dark matter and dark energy possess~
    Important Report for Dark Energy and gravity negative mass negative energy dark matter - YouTube

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