Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
June 12, 2023
gravitational dipole, electromagnetic dipole, gravitational cavity, color charge, subquantum energy
Many theories have been proposed to solve the dark matter problem. In one of them, gravitational charge and gravitational dipole are emphasized, which is discussed in this article and is close to CPH theory. According to CERN physicist Dr. Dragan Hajdukovic, the force of gravity between particles and antiparticles is repulsive, and he considers quantum vacuum fluctuations to be virtual gravitational dipoles. If we leave aside the repulsive force between particles and antiparticles, with the properties of positive and negative color charge of particles and antiparticles proposed in CPH theory, we can conclude the gravitational dipole from experimental observations and make its theoretical base strong and justified. Gravitational and electromagnetic dipoles exist in the quantum vacuum and in the photon structure. This approach is based on experimental observations of recent decades and provides a conceptual model of how the universe works, of which dark matter is a part.