Is it possible to stop the graviton? If it is then anti-gravity is possible.
Stopping light is not the same as blocking the electromagnetic interaction either (you can't do the latter). What you can do is stop radiation with very specific frequencies.The theory of the graviton doesn’t include repulsive forces, but you don’t need repulsive forces, all you need is something to block it.
They are completely different things.There methods of stopping electromagnetic waves, so mightn’t there be a way of stopping gravitational waves?
If I understand correctly, gravitons are really the placeholder for the thing that allows gravity to be quantized, and thus reconciled with the quantum mechanical model.Gravitation might not involve gravitons, we currently don't know.
The current (incomplete) theory governing gravity is General Relatively and in GR, gravity is NOT a "force", it is the geometry of space-time. I don't think you can stop geometry (but it's also true that the REASON GR is incomplete is that it doesn't work well at the quantum level, so that argument may not be valid)Would there be a way of stopping the force instead?
That question amounts to asking "If the laws of physics did not work the way we understand them to work, what would those laws say about <insert nonsense of your choice>"Assuming that gravitons exist, and assuming it was possible and you had to come up with a way to stop them, how would you?
I don’t know much about physics, but I’m assuming the reason gravitons ( given they exist) are able to pass through matter because atoms consist of mostly empty space. What if there was a way to reduce the amount of empty space?
if you can cite a peer-reviewed paper on how that would be done, then we can discuss it. AGAIN, you can't just make stuff up. This is not a "what if" kind of forum. If you are going to keep throwing out wild speculation, this thread will get shut down.What if there was a way to neutralise the nucleus of an atom, what if you came up with an element that had 1 proton and 7 neutrons, the neutrons would act as a blockade and potentially reduce the effect of the positive charge of the proton.