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xanatose

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Re: A Quack theory on Dark Matter
« Reply #120 on: July 23, 2016, 08:26:35 PM »

Nor does it means that it doesn't exist.

If you are bat shit crazy a sane person will seem bat shit crazy to you.
but
If you are sane, a bat shit crazy person will appear to be bat shit crazy.


You never know who is the one bat shit crazy. Too many scholars (parrots with a degree) impersonating scientist nowadays. Some even are scientist on other areas.



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Re: A Quack theory on Dark Matter
« Reply #121 on: July 24, 2016, 07:19:24 AM »
 :biggrin:

> Some even are scientist on other areas.

Yeah, experts in verbal bovine fertiliser,amipulation.  :P
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Re: A Quack theory on Dark Matter
« Reply #122 on: May 11, 2018, 03:50:20 PM »
I decided to amend my crackpot theory on dark-matter slightly (as in totally  :biggrin:).
So here goes, take a deep breath.....

A star is constantly balancing its existence between two forces. The gravity of its own weight trying to crush it and
its nuclear fusion engine trying to blow it apart.   The problem for the star comes in the form of its fuel for fusion
(hydrogen) being inevitably depleted. When this happens, the star attempts to fuse larger and larger weights of atomic
material instead (starting with helium). Eventually the star attempts to fuse materials with high atomic weights (metals).
Specifically an attempt to fuse iron, produces the effect of pseudo-stalling the fusion engine.  Gravity starts crushing the star.
If the mass of the star is large enough, the reaction to the force of gravity can be explosive. Think super and hyper-nova.
The remains of some supernovas, but especially hyper novas are known as quasars (emitting black-holes). Quasars later
quiet down as your run of the mill, black-hole or super-massive black hole.

So what ? - I'am thinking that during the star's last moments - its factually correct to assume rare elements are being produced.
Could the stuff of dark matter and black holes not be similar rare materials, produced in the furnaces of fusion as the last gasp of a
dying super massive star.
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Re: A Quack theory on Dark Matter
« Reply #123 on: May 11, 2018, 04:02:52 PM »
He he, I gather there is all sorts of crap floating around out there but collecting it would be no joy, even if you could travel that far. Think of this, you could add to the periodic table if you could find it and even redefine the notion of what is an element. The catch is even if you could find something, it may be that dangerous or unstable that you cannot do anything with it.

Try this, an element that is so dense that put enough of it together and it would form a black hole, the inverse of radioactive, instead of going BANG when enough of it goes together, it collapses into a black hole that keeps sucking in everything around it.
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Re: A Quack theory on Dark Matter
« Reply #124 on: May 12, 2018, 02:54:10 AM »
That may be true but knowing what's out there will help. Imaging an scenario where a interstellar war happens. If you aim into some volatile particle out there it will help to blow out the alien enemies near around... :badgrin:
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Re: A Quack theory on Dark Matter
« Reply #125 on: May 18, 2018, 04:58:18 AM »
So this is Draakie (the wife's theory) on dark matter & energy:
PPS: patented just in case its proven correct in years to come.
The big bang expanded into a 'dead' universe that was dark
matter and dark energy. The fact of explosive expansion
dictates uniform implosive forces, sucking the outside
literately in. Therefore dark matter & dark energy is non
atomic (our understanding) matter. It doesn't behave as
we want to understand, because it isn't matter per se'.
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Re: A Quack theory on Dark Matter
« Reply #126 on: May 25, 2018, 04:10:41 PM »
New research reveals 5th force of nature. It seems that the discovery means that there are additional heavy particles
in atoms, that don't interact with electromagnetic forces. Therefore only with gravity. Dark Matter anyone ?

Normal human readable form : http://www.popsci.com.au/science/could-there-be-a-fifth-fundamental-force-of-nature,420089
see original print discovery : https://www.nature.com/news/has-a-hungarian-physics-lab-found-a-fifth-force-of-nature-1.19957?dom=pscau&src=syn
see confirming paper : https://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.117.071803
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Re: A Quack theory on Dark Matter
« Reply #127 on: May 25, 2018, 04:32:27 PM »
As we cannot see an atom yet (never mind an electron/positron) and we infer particles by picking up the results of smashing things together. This plus the duality theory and it is possible that they're barking up the wrong tree (K_Fs world) as there are most likely infinitely different particles/wave frequencies that can be extracted by smashing things at different energy levels.
Maybe the particles/waves are not even there and only appear when you poke it with a red hot energy stick - you're seeing your own energy  ;)
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Re: A Quack theory on Dark Matter
« Reply #128 on: October 17, 2018, 04:53:53 AM »
So the universe expanding might end up in
SERIOUS contraction down the line OR not.
https://www.livescience.com/63820-dark-energy-changing-universe.html
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Re: A Quack theory on Dark Matter
« Reply #129 on: October 17, 2018, 11:21:24 AM »
Something I have picked up is that areas in the visible universe that with older telescopes looked like there was nothing in those areas have, with the use of the Hubble telescope, been looked at with much higher magnification and the areas that we used to see as empty just look like the rest of the universe. Now this leaves us with what sounds like a contradictory conclusion, we know from the observable red shift that the viewed universe is accelerating in the rate of its expansion yet when we look at empty areas at high enough magnification, it appears to go on forever. Now this implies that the expanding universe looks like a steady state.
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Re: A Quack theory on Dark Matter
« Reply #130 on: October 17, 2018, 11:42:55 AM »
I think it depends on the angle between the origin ( big bang ) and the point of view angle from the hubble telescope in relation to the observed "empty" parts in space.
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Re: A Quack theory on Dark Matter
« Reply #131 on: October 18, 2018, 04:47:46 AM »
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Re: A Quack theory on Dark Matter
« Reply #132 on: October 19, 2018, 05:29:40 AM »
we know from the observable red shift that the viewed universe is accelerating in the rate of its expansion yet when we look at empty areas at high enough magnification, it appears to go on forever. Now this implies that the expanding universe looks like a steady state.
Here's a thought.

Gravitational Lensing produces red-shift.
So we have light flying around millions of objects, galaxies..etc etc - all of these producing Gravitaional Lensing and Red-Shift where ever you look.
And also the same thing with the Cosmic Background Noise.

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Re: A Quack theory on Dark Matter
« Reply #133 on: October 19, 2018, 05:49:15 AM »
You are reasonably safe with how a red shift works as it is learnt by example from sources on this planet but the problems occur when you try and apply it to locations and distances of massive magnitude as it is really hard (read impossible[at the moment]) to get out there and test it. It may be consistent with what we know on this planet but there may be other factors that we have no reliable way of knowing due to distance and size.

Now the Hubble data opens a new window on theoretical cosmology in that it gives the idea that the closer you look (with ever more powerful telescopes) the bigger the universe appears to be which leaves open the question, is the universe infinite ? I did a term of Cosmology analysis long long ago and evidence was pretty thin on the ground, the red shift being about the best of a very poor lot.
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Re: A Quack theory on Dark Matter
« Reply #134 on: October 26, 2018, 04:52:35 AM »
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