In this paper, we study the isodual branch of hadronic mechanics achieved by the Italian-American scientist R. M. Santilli following decades of research. We show that, thanks to the background isodual mathematics (whose knowledge is assumed), Santilli’s isodual theory of antimatter appears to be the only axiomatically consistent and time invariant theory permitting a {\it classical} representation of {\it neutral} (as well as charged) antimatter whose operator image is equivalent to charge conjugation, thus verifying all known experimental data in the field. We then show the important prediction of {\it gravitational repulsion} between matter and antimatter, with particular reference to the prediction that light emitted by antimatter, known as {\it isodual light,} experiences gravitational repulsion when in the field of matter. We finally point out that recent detections of antimatter galaxies via Santilli telescope with concave lenses may eventually result to be the first experimental evidence of antigravity.
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Antimatter, Isodual Light, Antigravity
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