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Is the Universe Infinite?

Youtube video produced by Cosmic Journeys:

https://www.youtube.com/v/dG1JpC5jels?version=3

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Antimatter gravity could explain Universe’s expansion

From PhysOrg.com:

In 1998, scientists discovered that the Universe is expanding at an accelerating rate. Currently, the most widely accepted explanation for this observation is the presence of an unidentified dark energy, although several other possibilities have been proposed. One of these alternatives is that some kind of repulsive gravity – or antigravity – is pushing the Universe apart. As a new study shows, general relativity predicts that the gravitational interaction between matter and antimatter is mutually repulsive, and could potentially explain the observed expansion of the Universe without the need for dark energy.

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