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Repulsive gravity in the LHC
Posted on Tuesday, November 30, 2010 @ 21:59:13 GMT by vlad

Science WGUGLINSKI writes: According to Quantum Ring Theory, there is a repulsive gravity actuating within the electrosphere of the atoms, and such repulsive gravity is responsible for a dilation of the aether into the electrosphere.

See the Peswiki's article Repulsive Gravity Within the Hydrogen Atom:
http://peswiki.com/index.php/Repulsive_gravity_within_the_hydrogen_atom

Thanks to the dilation of the electrosphere, the electron can move with constant velocity when it crosses the space between two levels of energy into the atom (and since it moves with constant velocity, it does not emit energy when it is moving between two levels).  But according to Quantum Mechanics, the electron cannot travel the space between two points into the electrosphere (because it would have to emit energy along its displacement between two levels). 


However Dehmelt's experiment has shown that QM is wrong: the electron actually travels the space into the electrosphere, as proposed in Quantum Ring Theory.

So, repulsive gravity into the atoms is responsible for some phenomena that cannot be explained from the concepts of Quantum Mechanics.  That's why, along the development of QM, the theorists had been constrained to adopt several paradoxical postulates.  And Schrödinger equation actually is the mathematical solution for the hydrogen atom model proposed in Quantum Ring Theory. 

According to Quantum Ring Theory, repulsive gravity also actuates into the structure of the photon.  See Peswiki's article Antigravity Within the Photon:
http://peswiki.com/index.php/Antigravity_within_the_photon


Repulsive gravity can be the answer for many phenomena, as for instance the levitation of the lifter:
http://jnaudin.free.fr/lifters/main.htm


Many other experiments are suggesting the existence of the repulsive gravity, as made by Podkletnov and many other researchers.

Gravity is yet a big mistery if we consider the current theories, as showed the experiment made in 2006 at the Europe Space Agency, where they have measured the gravitational equivalent of a magnetic field:
http://www.esa.int/esaCP/SEM0L6OVGJE_index_0.html


So, we have to ask to ourselves if the experiments in the LHC can be influenced by the repulsive gravity.

The answer is probably yes. 

It's possible that in the upcoming months the researchers may detect a strange phenomenon, which they will not be able to explain with the current theories.

Consider what happened 100 years ago.

In the beggining of the 20th Century (when the quantum theorists did not discover that repulsive gravity actuates into the electrosphere of the atoms), they explained the paradoxical behavior of the atom by using the strange postulates adopted in Quantum Mechanics).

And now ?  Suppose that repulsive gravity will produce strange phenomena in the LHC.  Will the theorists try to explain them by the adoption of strange postulates again ?


 
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