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Submission + - Does antimatter fall up? Experiment could provide the answer. (arstechnica.com) 3

Doug Otto writes: Scientists at CERN ask the question:
But one interesting question remains unanswered: does antimatter possess antigravity, experiencing a repulsive force when matter experiences attraction? And, even if antimatter experiences plain old gravity, does it behave in exactly the same way as matter does? And if it does fall up, could a dog see it?

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Does antimatter fall up? Experiment could provide the answer.

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