Negative Mass is Everywhere in Physics. It Also Explains Dark Matter

Depiction of what filaments of Dark Matter would look like if we could see them with our naked eyes. The yellow spots represent galaxies.

In early December 2018 the physicists’ blogosphere went berserk because of a 2017 paper (in fact still a preprint to this date: arXiv:1712.07962) in which the author James Farnes, University of Oxford, tries to explain Dark Matter and Dark Energy with a seemingly preposterous hypothesis: the presence of a negative-mass fluid that permeates the Universe. The idea itself is…

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Riccardo Di Sipio

Riccardo Di Sipio

NLP Machine Learning engineer at Ceridian. Formerly physicist at U Toronto, Bologna, CERN LHC/ATLAS.