Well I was curious. And this is the place to ask. I saw several "Anti Gravity" advertisements (by google) above on this site. As well as I heard rumors area 51 was working on this idea. Is it a known property? Or just a theory?
http://physicsweb.org/articles/world/17/5/7New evidence has confirmed that the expansion of the universe is accelerating under the influence of a gravitationally repulsive form of energy that makes up two-thirds of the cosmos
There is no way to map a sphere to a plane without introducing distortion. Many different projections exist (orthographic, Mercator, etc.) which have different sorts of distortions, but there cannot be a projection which does not have any distortion.Huckleberry said:A few months ago I was wondering why there are no maps that show the entire world without distortion.
You're getting into a lot of speculative nonsense here, which is not welcome on this site.From that model I realized that the auroraborealis is a magnetic effect that takes place most often at the poles, the place on the 2d map with the most distortion. Does the very act of bending matter into 3 dimensions create this magnetic effect at some point where dimensional resistance is weakest? Is this how large amounts of electromagnetism can be used to counter small amounts of gravity? Could the same hold true for the bending of other dimensions? Are the field properties of space caused by bending in certain dimensions? (1st and 2nd perhaps?)
No. Antimatter has normal gravitational interaction.Huckleberry said:I've also heard that small amounts of anti-matter is being collected in magnetic jars that are kept at low temperatures at some laboratories and universities. If anti-matter exists then would it not have antigravitic properties?
Agreed.Gokul43201 said:1. Why is this in electrical engineering ?