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  1. maarten van der burgt
    Feb 14, 2013 @ 10:04:33

    Dear Massimo,

    Below an abastract of a manuscript I wrote on matter/antimatter. Apparently we fish in the same pond. When I have your E-mail address I will send you the whole text.

    A universe containing matter and antimatter can only exist when matter and antimatter repel each other. Such a system where like attracts like and like repels unlike will always expand. This is consistent with Hubble’s law, the observed increase in the expansion velocity with time, and the foam structure of the universe.

    Mutatis mutandis, these findings can be considered as the best indication for the existence of equal quantities of matter and antimatter in the universe and for a negative gravitational mass of antimatter. The latter is a strong argument against the Weak Equivalence Principle (WEP), which states that matter and antimatter behave identically in a gravitational field.

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  2. Massimo Villata
    Feb 18, 2013 @ 10:36:32

    Thanks Maarten. On these arguments you can see my last paper at http://arxiv.org/abs/1302.3515, where you can also find my e-mail address.

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    • maarten van der burgt
      Apr 06, 2013 @ 09:35:33

      . Massimo. Thanks for your comment. I did find your interesting article but not your E-mail address. Please send an E-mail to me then I have your address. I will then forward to you my complete manuscript. Hope we will keep in touch.

      Best regards,

      Maarten

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    • maarten van der burgt
      Apr 06, 2013 @ 16:10:15

      Massimo,

      Excuses. I asked for your email address but forgot to send you mine.It has recently changed: The correct adress is now:
      maartenvanderburgt@ziggo.nl

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  3. maarten van der burgt
    Apr 06, 2013 @ 09:36:51

    . Massimo. Thanks for your comment. I did find your interesting article but not your E-mail address. Please send an E-mail to me then I have your address. I will then forward to you my complete manuscript. Hope we will keep in touch.

    Best regards,

    Maarten

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