Gravitational interactions of bodes from the point of view of different principles of equivalence
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The gravitational interactions of particles with positive, negative and imaginary masses are considered from the point of view of the Einstein Equivalence Principle (EEP) of inert and gravitational masses, as well as three other possible principles of equivalence based on the equality of the gravitational mass to the inertial mass module. Several interpretations of the imaginary movement are proposed. It is shown that, on the basis of EEP, particles with negative or imaginary negative mass will be scattered, but when they interact with particles of positive mass and with each other, “strings” (“dipoles” or “one-dimensional atoms”) and “multidimensional atoms” can form. On the basis of three other principles of equivalence, the formation of such objects is impossible. Negative masses in these variants form colonies, with acceleration moving away from ordinary positive matter.
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