Photon, graviton and antigraviton

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Ilija Barukčić


Human nature appears to urge us to drive ever further and ever faster and to ask deep questions, even about the completely unknown. In
this context, A photon appears to be such a mystery on its own, however, even if not completely unknown.
Methods: The usual physical rules and laws were used.
Results: Newton’s gravitational constant G is not a constant. An experiment is proposed to prove this issue definitely. The photon itself is
determined by a graviton and an antigraviton.
Conclusion: A graviton and an antigraviton are the determining parts of a photon

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Barukčić, I. (2022). Photon, graviton and antigraviton. Causation, 16(3), 5–29. Retrieved from