WELBERTH WARBLER MARTINS FERREIRA
Before the antimatter is created, space was made entirely of real vacuum. The real vacuum is the part of space where there is nothing, in the real sense of the word anything. Real space is the space which consists only of the "real vacuum". After the creation of antimatter, the space has consisted of absolute vacuum. Absolute vacuum is the part of space where there is a real vacuum, plus the part of space where exist the antimatter. Absolute space is the space which is done of absolute vacuum. The real vacuum that exists between antimatter is the region of space at as some people call of the earthworm of hole. The ideal space is the region of space which is formed of absolute vacuum plus the region of space where the matter exists. It is in this space which forms more complex structures of nature which are capable of giving rise to life.
The antimatter cannot warp the space for the simple reason that it is located in the space where the vacuum is real and at region where there is the real vacuum there is nothing that can be deformed. Already the matter, by occupy the part of space where the vacuum is absolute, it can warp the space. The deformation that matter causes in space is generated by the compressive force that the weight of own matter exercises on the antimatter. This compressive force generates in the absolute vacuum, a hole that is located in the exact place where the matter is. The hole created by the matter in the absolute vacuum, is responsible for the force of gravity of the matter. The resilience of antimatter, make the antimatter recover its original density in the measure at as it is changes of place in space.