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The phenomenon of gravitational repulsion in the cosmic medium

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On the basis of the thermodynamic theory of transfer and transformation of all forms of energy and of the principle of mass-energy equivalence is established a more general law of gravity, according to which in the non-baryonic matter there is a gravitational force of attraction and repulsion. This theory predicts the existence of gravitational equilibrium, strong and weak gravity, as well as the presence of huge free gravitational energy reserves with the possibility of its use. This makes unnecessary the introduction of dark energy as a hypothetical medium, causing the accelerated expansion of the Universe. The theory considers the occurrence of radiation capable baryonic matter as a result of the phase transition (condensation) non-baryonic matter during its compaction forces of gravity with the rise of the new degrees of freedom. She explains the presence of libration zones, phenomenon of stellar matter overflow in binary systems, the anomalies in the behavior of space probes, structuring processes in the Universe, collapse, flash "supernova" etc. The predictions of the theory are confirmed data of astronomical observations of recent years.
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  • Integratve Reaearch Unstinute, Haifa, Israel
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