KitemanSA wrote:So you are saying there is not anti-neutron since there can be no opposing zero charge??? Unh... doesn't sound right to me.Stoney3K wrote:How can antimatter have a repulsive force on other masses, when it has positive mass but opposing charge?
antineutron has the same mass as a neutron, but an opposite baryon number since it is made of antiquarks. it also has an opposite magnetic moment to that of the neutron.
Personally, I think people are totally misunderstanding the accelerated expansion. What they are seeing is the stuff that is furthest away is going away faster than stuff that is closer. All this means is that the rate of expansion is slowing since the stuff closer to us is more recently emitted photons and the stuff further away is more anciently emitted photons.
If there was accelerated expansion, the closer stuff would be moving away faster than the further stuff.