JMP  Vol.5 No.15 , September 2014
Worlds and Antiworlds
ABSTRACT
In the framework of the theory of the gravitational field, which distinguishes between particles and antiparticles, it is shown that even in the Early Universe its disintegration occurred into areas consisting of baryons (worlds), and areas consisting of antibaryons (antiworlds). It is hypothesized that astronomers have observed worlds and antiworlds for fifteen years. They are, according to the authors, objects that can be seen as relatively bright spots against the almost uniform background of cosmic microwave radiation, having a characteristic angular size of quarter degree.

Cite this paper
Klimenko, A. and Klimenko, V. (2014) Worlds and Antiworlds. Journal of Modern Physics, 5, 1537-1545. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2014.515154.
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