posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 09:45 AM
There was an intruiging entry in Physical Review Letters last week regarding an artifical atom dubbed Rydberg Positronium that comprises
electron-positron pairs in a relatively stable formation that could possibly eventually yield a material that falls away from gravity
"The efficient production of long-lived Rydberg Ps in a high magnetic field may make it possible to perform direct measurements of the gravitational
free fall of Ps"
For normal thinking humans there is an interpretation of their thesis on the BBC Website
Thought it may be of interest here because there was a post lately regarding the internal forces within objects making 90 degree turns at high
velocity that may tear the object apart unless 'every atom in the object was displaced equally at the same time'
Artificial atoms now - what an industrious age we live in