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December 10th, 2015, 01:59 AM   #1
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Media's influence on Dark Matter and Dark Energy candidates

Hello. I'm currently completing a Level 3 Extended Project on the theories attempting to explain both the universe's accelerating expansion as well as the galaxy rotation problem -- both of which are extremely prevalent and highly debated topics at this time. I have created a questionnaire in order to gather primary research on the matter, and was wondering if anyone would be open to taking a minute or two in order to aid me. It is anonymous, although it does ask for qualifications as it would be useful to know the experience which you possess.

The survey can be found here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2X8LKFT


Also, if anyone has any other information that might be useful and that they are willing to share, or if anyone would be open to answering some more specific questions, it would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your time.
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Please look at my post for Interactive Momentum or Force. This may help. with possible extremely small mass, that with our technology we cannot view. This considered small mass may carry momentum or force we cannot see though may still exist. This small mass may only produce limited energy, on scales, that we as humans deal with.
These very small particles may hold very limited charges. That may be hard to detect,
on a small individual scale level, though may have a large combined energy, over vast distances, that may be beyond our ability to comprehend.
I hope this information will help you with you work.
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December 12th, 2015, 02:11 AM   #4
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Please consider this.
Our universe may still be accelerating, from our last Big Bang.
Our universe is estimated to be 14 billion years old. Though in terms of infinite time, this 14 billion years can hardly be measured.
The point I am tying to make is that our universe may still be accelerating now, though in three trillion years, we may see both deceleration and reversal, to another singularity,
and another Big Band. Or the reoccurring cycles of our universe. This cycle may take trillions of years to accomplish. Yet still almost un measurable amount of time in terms of the relationship with infinite time.
I hope this will help you greatly.
I feel it is the most logical explanation for our cosmology.
Every thing in life that we can witness has cycles to it, or we may not see, tomorrow or our next year.

I hope you will agree. I feel it would be very hard to dispute this.
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December 12th, 2015, 02:27 AM   #5
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New information relates this wobble to the rear by universe and it's 26 000 year cycle.
Please watch Netfllix " Secrets of the pyramids". The information on this has been known for many thousands of years, and our un seen history.
know if you see this it will help with all these questions regarding galaxy wobble.
It was so amazing that I was in awe. And found new respect for some scientist that way seem primitive, yet hold more truth and wisdom than a lot of modern day scientists.
Please watch it will answer all your questions.
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December 12th, 2015, 05:19 AM   #6
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As far as Space displacement causing gravity, I totally agree.
In 2004 I wrote the theory of Space Displacement and Mass Intrusion causing gravity. copyright Mark Eaton2004. Yes space displacement causes gravity.
This mass intrusion affects different densities of mass, the same way a round sponge displaces less space or in this reference term, water, than a basketball will under water. Thus causing different amounts of pressure or gravity, from all angles onto this mass, related to this masses density. We know that volume x density = mass.
Displaced space is trying to revert to where it was before this mass was entering this area, or space, was displaced. Though we must consider a increased moving mass moving through space will displace the same amount of mass at a faster rate, thus causing more pressure or gravity on this mass.
We know mass increases with increased velocity. This is the reason why.
A faster rate of space displacement will cause grater pressure, and greater gravity.
So we have two factors, rate of displacement and density of the mass, affecting gravity.
Beside the mass. Not only the curvature or area of this mass being displaced. As stated by Einstein. Though In his lifetime when he wrote the theory of special relativity. The universe was not known to be expanding, yet.
I hope you will agree with this. It is in agreement with your findings.
I hope this helps mpc755, and you, strangestofquarks. Though I do not find you strange.
I agree with you.
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Sorry one last thing. all electromechanical energy travels through space in 360 degrees.
this rotating vortex or sine wave moves in cycles. as noted by any frequency measured
in CYCLES per second. The term cycle. is the point I am trying to make. Cycles are everywhere, even in sine waves.
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Math Focus: Wibbly wobbly timey-wimey stuff.
Where to begin? There are a lot of things here to mention.

How about I just say this? Mark: Many of the concepts you are mentioning here have no actual proof behind them.

The galaxy "wobbles?" The precession of the Earth's axis has a period of 26000 years. Is it possible you mean that?

"Secrets of the Pyramids?" Seriously?

Clearly I haven't read your paper on displacement. Just what does a mass "displace?" If this is an actual theory rather than speculation I would be interesting in reading it. But if it is speculation I don't want to waste my time. I leave it to your discretion to know the difference.

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Dark matter is not a clump of stuff that travels with the matter. Dark matter interacts with matter.

Dark matter is now understood to fill the space unoccupied by particles of matter. Particles of matter move through and displace the dark matter.

Dark matter displaced by matter pushing back and exerting pressure toward the matter is gravity.
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Dark matter is not a clump of stuff that travels with the matter. Dark matter interacts with matter.
Dark matter does not interact with matter - at least as far as anyone has been able to determine.

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Dark matter is now understood to fill the space unoccupied by particles of matter. Particles of matter move through and displace the dark matter.
Where did you get this idea?

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Dark matter displaced by matter pushing back and exerting pressure toward the matter is gravity.
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