Another theory of gravitational dipoles from the vacuum

Creating the discipline of gravity design

In August a study by CERN physicist Draga Slavkov Hajdukovic suggested that dark matter may be an “illusion” caused by the quantum vacuum. Currently mainstream physics assumes there is only a positive gravitational charge. Hajdukovic suggests that if matter and antimatter are gravitationally repulsive, then it would mean that the virtual particle-antiparticle pairs that exist for a limited time in the quantum vacuum are gravitational dipoles.

In the most recent study described, he demonstrates the credibility of this idea by showing that the gravitational polarization of the quantum vacuum can explain four cosmological observations. It has revealed the surprising possibility that the gravitational polarization of the quantum vacuum can produce phenomena usually attributed to dark matter.

“I would say a theory in the early stage,” he told PhysOrg.com. “Thousands of scientists work on the development of the cold dark matter (CDM) theory and the theories of modified gravity (MOND); I am working alone in this third direction.

Well, not quite alone. Hauser and Droescher’s earliest papers on EHT in 2004 proposed using the quantum vacuum as a means for symmetry breaking. This would lead to the breaking of a photon into an attractive and repulsive gravitophoton pair that creates a gravitational dipole.

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gdaigleGregory Daigle is a former professor of design who has accrued national and international awards for interactive media and STEM learning. He has held management and creative leadership positions with advertising, e-learning, industrial design and interactive media firms. He heads an awarded non-profit for place-based learning and has written numerous articles on design and technology.View all posts by gdaigle

  1. gdaigle
    gdaigle11-29-2011

    AUTHOR: Michael
    DATE: 11/29/2011 11:10:18 PM
    Have you talked to/emailed Hauser recently?

    I’m kind of curious on what his thoughts are on the new results from Tajmar and whether or not they will be mentioned in any upcoming papers. He seemed pretty confident about Tajmar’s initial results.

  2. gdaigle
    gdaigle12-10-2011

    AUTHOR: Gregory Daigle
    DATE: 12/10/2011 10:51:04 AM
    We have conversed about Dr. Tajmar’s most recent publication, but I am not at liberty to comment at this time.

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