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 Post subject: Dark matter
PostPosted: Mon Aug 04, 2014 4:29 am 
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Hi all , maby this is predicted in MBT bu could dark matter and dark energy be the universes zones where its calculates the interaction of atoms with the infinit? Lets say that one unit of dark matter is a bit that contains a atoms known interaction with the universe at large? Where the atom can interact with other atoms infinitly to itsels, well one cell of dark matter is that calculation zone for each atom in the universe one cel is attributed to it to be able to handle a atoms list of interaction are u getting with me here? So each cell of dark matter takes up space in the universe as a hole thats why there is so mich of it, that would also explain why its "dark" it doesnt need to interact with anything its just a cell where computational work is being done. When the univers cools down there will be less of calculations reducing the mass of the dark matter making physical mouvment go faster and causing time because of the less number of interactions to speed up"time that is", its dark because its a computation zone that that computes the interaction of physical matter does this make sense?

The universe is expaning more and more rapidly maby cause there are more and more calculations to be done, more and more interaction. Dark matter and dark energy would be the same its just cause we look at it through a telescope and see ther destortions visible that we call it dark matter

Maby it bases itself on an atoms velocity and location vs all the known interavction it could have crom there

What do u guys think does this make a tiny bit of sense?


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 Post subject: Re: Dark matter
PostPosted: Mon Aug 04, 2014 6:51 am 
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A different approach to what the ruleset in PMR might be like:

Dark matter and dark energy are essentially ad hoc additions to the current standard model of cosmology - to keep it from falling apart, to still be able to fit observational evidence with the model.

Those additions are of such a nature that hardly ever can be proven to really exist.
They are dark as in unknown and unobservable, not consisting of normal matter or energy as we know it.
By now, only about 5% is thought to be matter and energy as we can observe it.
Around 20% are postulated to be dark matter and a whopping 75% are postulated to be dark energy.

Observations tend to conflict with such dark stuff still, however. At least they do not confirm it.
Just the standard model needs them to be there somehow.

The expanding universe is based on one interpretation of appearent brightness and of redshift as an indication of recessional speed. A bit like the doppler effect.
Using this interpretation, high redshift then means high velocity away from us.
Edwin Hubble was the one who suggested this idea once but also cautioned to be careful to take the truth of it for granted.
It is a hypothesis still and AFAIK not proven experimentally.
But despite of this, this assumed relationship is referred to as "the Hubble Law".

Due to this interpretation and assumption of such high speeds it was inevitable that the universe is expanding.
Inconsistencies with observations then made the ad hoc addition of dark matter/energy necessary.

What if the observed redshift is not (or not only) an indication of recessional speed?
A totally different model of the universe would emerge - the standard model would need to be revised and ad hoc assumptions would not be needed.


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 Post subject: Re: Dark matter
PostPosted: Mon Aug 04, 2014 7:15 am 
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Thanks for clearing things up so dark matter is essientialy inferred into existence to explain the current anomolies in the model.


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 Post subject: Re: Dark matter
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It is very funny, I like it.


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 Post subject: Re: Dark matter
PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2015 8:47 am 
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Equations that describe the PMR rule-set (e.g., Einstein's Unified Field Theory or dark energy) are specific to the PMR rule-set and have no ability to describe NPMR - they have only to do with PMR. The Big TOE superset cannot be described by little picture subset logic. Now, the Big TOE superset can explain what is unexplainable in PMR (what little toe logic cannot). For instance, MBT derives quantum mechanics from basic principles - something little picture physics cannot do.
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