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December 13th, 2015, 02:58 PM   #11
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Dark matter does not interact with matter - at least as far as anyone has been able to determine.
There is evidence of dark matter every time a double slit experiment is performed, it's what waves.

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'Cosmologists at Penn Weigh Cosmic Filaments and Voids'
Penn News | Cosmologists at Penn Weigh Cosmic Filaments and Voids

"Dark matter ... permeate[s] all the way to the center of the voids."

'No Empty Space in the Universe --Dark Matter Discovered to Fill Intergalactic Space'
"No Empty Space in the Universe" --Dark Matter Discovered to Fill Intergalactic Space

"A long standing mystery on where the missing dark matter is has been solved by the research. There is no empty space in the universe. The intergalactic space is filled with dark matter."

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'The Milky Way's dark matter halo appears to be lopsided'
[0903.3802] The Milky Way's dark matter halo appears to be lopsided

"the emerging picture of the dark matter halo of the Milky Way is dominantly lopsided in nature."

The Milky Way's halo is not a clump of dark matter traveling along with the Milky Way. The Milky Way's halo is lopsided due to the matter in the Milky Way moving through and displacing the dark matter, analogous to a submarine moving through and displacing the water.
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Do you not think that, this apparently being a thread started by a young student, you should not pollute the thread with woo and unverified theory? Stick to mainstream, proven physics.
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Tops quark , you should look before you leap, with your usual insults you leave;
Did you post a proof for the Goldbach Conjecture or was that me?
I feel you should stop wasting my time and your time, and do something beside, go around to my post to try to discredit my views, and work. Please post your work . I would love to read it all.
Please do not comment on my work or views, Their are many members for you,
beside me. Are you kidding with your peace sign. Negativity breads negativity, yours.

There are many great scientists being interviewed, on that program.though I did not see you.
Though I am sure you are a much greater expert, than they are.
This is what makes this forum very immature.

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December 15th, 2015, 04:36 AM   #14
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Back with the subject.

The unexplained Dark Matter, that is combined with space.
The point is that, space may appear to us as absence of matter, though on a scale size
that is too small, for our narrow minded insulting minds to see. Though may still exist.
This unseen scale that fits all logic and progression of size, or infinite progression of size or area. as we can view it. Though not be able to see it, due to it's relative size or occupied area, These currently un seeable particles may have electro magnetic energy though on the scale that relates to ours, we cannot see or view it. Yet on a large vast combined area of space, this area would contain energy, in un seen combined ways. how can you disconnect one area of space from the area of space next to it. If indeed our universe is a finite are, we cannot add or subtract to this area. I hope you agree.
when seen through our eyes or minds of a different relative size or a relationship of relative size, that may not be able to be viewed from our eyes or machine minds. To say size or area cannot get smaller, just like larger, infinitly I feel would be a very narrow minded view.
I hope that is clear, maybe I am not in communication properly.

So we take the combined energy in space that me cannot view, though we know must exist. This is our Dark Matter or creation of Dark Energy. We know the combined energy in our known universe, does not equal the combined energy from as seen from mass alone.

Please answer this question for me.
If our universe was not a finite area, how can we obtain conservation of energy? Please use logic and intelligence with your response. I feel as always this is a serious forum for mature members.
What if we could only view a sandy beach, but did not know the beach was made of very small grains of sand. I hope all mature members can relate to this analogy.

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I do want to make myself clear I was not saying that space is filled with clumps of mass. It is hard to hold a hand full of sand. Space must be comprised of little bits of something, Space is not comprised of nothing,
It would seem hard to hold area itself. How would we explain solar winds?
Though I have felt that Antimatter, should be called Opposite matter, because it is, and Antimatter should be referred to as absence of matter.
Then again what we view from our perspective may be seen as absence of matter, though may not truly be what our space is, in our universe, or outer space. In other words space is not void total area itself. As Tesla proved through many inventions. Are you familiar with magnetically induced vacuums. I believe he was.

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Do you not think that, this apparently being a thread started by a young student, you should not pollute the thread with woo and unverified theory? Stick to mainstream, proven physics.
I think everyone should correctly understand what occurs physically in nature.

In terms of 'proven' physics, after 30+ years and hundreds of millions of dollars there is zero evidence of a particulate, weakly interacting dark matter.

Particles of matter move through and displace the dark matter. A moving particle has an associated wave in the dark matter.

There is evidence of the dark matter every time a double slit experiment is performed; it's what waves.
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Thank you everyone for your help. I appreciate that this is a rather expansive and can be a somewhat speculative topic at times, but I am very thankful for the information which has been provided. I will look into the research suggested that I was not particularly aware of, and I'm sure all of your responses will prove to be helpful, so once again thanks. If you happen to know of anyone else who might have another input to provide, it would be greatly appreciated.

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Just to keep the thread on topic...

I think the media reports dark matter/dark energy topics very well. In fact, I would even go as far as to say that many aspects of physics, such as high energy or particle physics, should get the same treatment. The latter subjects get a lot of coverage because of CERN and consequently some of the hideous and dangerous sensationalism (or, to put it mildly, crappy journalism) gets attributed to that.

You might find it interesting to the read about the OPERA experiments on neutrino velocities and the events that unfolded due to the media coverage of those results. To cut a long story short, the OPERA collaboration found that they had detected neutrinos travelling slightly faster than the speed of light and could not explain why. They then published their findings and appealed to the scientific community to help work out the cause for the discrepancy. The media, not understanding that discrepant results need further investigations, misunderstood interviews with prominent scientists and later made headlines such as "Was Einstein wrong?". Here's a link to an interesting reddit post on the topic:

https://www.reddit.com/r/badscience/...alism_and_the/
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This comes from space displacement theory.
What happens when you submerge a ball in water. Is the pressure or gravity applied to all sides of the ball?, in close to equal force, depending on the depth difference.
Any pressure exerted on a ball, is pressure, which is gravity, either negative or positive.
That is what gravity is. negative or positive pressure. These are facts. All large masses in Space are round, if the have enough pressure exerted in them Asteroids do not
These are facts. No need for ? Earth is not totally round because of the pressure from the moon. But you can see what is causing this roundness, is pressure, from what, from displacement, Einstein stated this in Special relativity also. Though he did not consider moving mass
Because at his point of life we did not know the large mass in our universe was expanding as the Hubble telescope showed us.

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You might find it interesting to the read about the OPERA experiments on neutrino velocities and the events that unfolded due to the media coverage of those results.
I don't see any problem with the text presented in that article. To me, anyone sufficiently intelligent to understand the report would read "here's an unverified anomalous result, and here are the consequences if it turned out to be true.

The author states that the most significant evidence countering this experiment would be known by an undergraduate in the field, so it's not surprising that most articles don't mention it. It's more surprising that one of them does.

Also, I was under the impression that there is no theoretical reason why a particle can't travel faster than light. Only that if it does, it can't slow down to the speed of light or slower.
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