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Old Aug 20th 2009, 03:43 PM   #1
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Dark Matter Theory (personal theory)

The Theory of Dark Matter by Kevin Morais

From a Zen philosophy what can matter exist in? It can exist in it’s self. Basically the space and time we exist in is created from (matter / energy) as it accelerates faster than light. In science fiction if you go faster than light you go in the past, in this theory when you accelerate matter faster than light, it produces existence for other matter to ‘exist in’.

Values

DM = (Dark Matter’s Mass) as it is created from regular matters (m) interaction with space time (A)
A = (Space / Time) or (Space – Time - Mass), created from matter accelerating faster than light
m = Matter that we know as the regular matter around us
c = Speed of light
t = Time in Seconds

Formulas

A = mc^3, Space / Time being created from matter (m)
DM = m/c^3, Dark Matter being created from regular matters (m) interacting with (A)
Total DM = ((m/c^3) * t), total Dark matter mass created over time, from regular matters (m) interacting with (A)

Theory

There are 2 parts of this theory; one is the creation of “Existence” (Space / Time), the other is “(Matter / Energy’s)” interaction with “Existence” producing “Dark Matter”.

Simple mind experiment

You might want to get a pencil and paper for this one. Let’s pretend there is no universe, and we have a 2 Kg mass in this nothing, who cares if this is possible or not, I am just using this as an example. Let’s take our 2 Kg mass and cut it in half. We now have 2 one Kg masses in this nothingness.

Calculating Existence

Now we take one of the 1 Kg masses and convert it to space time using the following formula,

A = mc^3

The existence created for this (space – time) or Perhaps (space – time - mass) to exist is 1 Kg X 3^8 ^3 = 2.69440024 Kg ◊ 10- 25 m3 / s3. I hope this makes sense so far. We have just converted matter to (space – time) or ‘existence’, and it is massive.

Calculating Dark Matter Mass

We now have our solid 1 Kg mass inside this massive existence that has just been created. The instant the matter comes into contact with the “existence”, it begins to react with it. As a by product of this interaction or reaction of matter contacting existence, Dark Matter is ‘Created’. Dark matter, (DM) is the by product of (matter / energy) as they connect with space time.

For example, if we use the following formula,

DM = m/c^3

Our 1 Kg mass is divided by c^3. DM = m/c^3 = 1 Kg / 3*10^8^3 = 3.71140109 ◊ 10-26 s3 / m3. This is an extremely small snap shot (image) of the frozen mass existing in 3 dimensions of Space Time. Currently telescopes and gravitational lens effects are the only ways of detecting DM.

I suspect that if we use the following formula,

Total DM = ((m/c^3)* t)

This is the amount of dark matter (DM) being created every second by our mass (m) as it exists in this universe. The longer we have our 1 Kg mass in this universe, the more dark matter (DM) is produced by its interaction with “existence”. Now we are running out of space time for our 1 Kg mass to ‘exist in’. Our mass appears to have c^3 (space time) seconds to live in this universe till it runs out of fresh existence. If we take one path of suspecting the size of the universe to remain constant in this experiment, Dark Matter will just fill up more and more of this universe.

Everyone always asks me, what would happen if time and space ran out for the matter in the above experiment? I don’t know, but I would have to say I guess an explosion like a big bang, perhaps from the matter coming into contact with the dark matter as it has no where else it to go. Ending with a beginning, Fresh Space time and fresh matter. Perhaps the universe has ways of not letting this happen or perhaps it just stops existing. Another question I get is, “what is the flow of the Created Space time like?” that I don’t know either. I would have to assume black holes are key to this concept, anyone seen a black hole lately?

Finally - Matter’s interaction with space time ‘produces’ dark matter (DM), a snap shot of matters IMPRESSION into the fabric of space time, perhaps a perfect impression, this would be romantic. According to this theory DM is in a way, (The Past). You ever hear the expression, “where does the time go?” perhaps it becomes DM. The dynamics of the dark matter (DM) particles, I don’t know, how gravity twists and swirls them, I have no clue, but now we know the Past doesn’t disappear into nowhere. According to this theory it becomes dark matter particles drifting in the universe, with us, in us everywhere. Is Dark Matter (DM) Gods memories or do Dark Matter (DM) Particles swirl into a soup of Chaos? Who knows? Also can you squeeze the matter out of space time, maybe that’s not such a good idea? There is no deigning it from my angle, the dark matter is there staring us in the face and these equations and the description I’ve given are to simple to ignore.


Postulates

The first postulate - As (matter / energy) surpass the speed of light it converts to space time, it creates “EXISTANCE”- A = mc^3
The second postulate - As (matter /energy) interacts with existence, creating impressions of its energy into the fabric of space time- DM = (m/c^3)

Contact Info

Kevin Morais
Toronto Canada
kevinmorais@hotmail.com

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Old Aug 20th 2009, 08:27 PM   #2
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There is no evidence supporting this theory and you haven't shown any rigorous deduction to obtain the forumlas you have.

Our 1 Kg mass is divided by c^3. DM = m/c^3 = 1 Kg / 3*10^8^3 = 3.71140109 ◊ 10-26 s3 / m3
Dividing mass by speed, how does this give you dimensions for energy?

There's nothing that suggests something can be accelerated beyond the speed of light. If something were to travel faster than light, according to Einstein, it must have been travelling faster than light when it was created.

How do you think your theory can explain this anomaly in Einstein's work?
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Thanks for replying

Hi Deco,

For the last 25 Years I have asked everyone I knew with a physics background, I have asked physics professors and so on and so on. You are the second and I mean second person to try and dismantle the description in 25 years. Thank you for taking time out to critique it, much appreciated. I'm not nutz, it started as a question 25 years ago and it got more and more obsessive, not in the sense of proving my selfright, I don't care if I'm right, it is just a description. Anyways, I wish others would try and pick it appart with solid good questions like yours. instead of foolishly saying it doesn't work.

Please let me meditate about your questions and get back to you. Your the 2nd person on earth to ask questions about it. Might be a day or 2 as internet is down right now.

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Old Aug 22nd 2009, 05:11 AM   #4
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Kevin,

you posted:

" Simple mind experiment

You might want to get a pencil and paper for this one. Letís pretend there is no universe, and we have a 2 Kg mass in this nothing, who cares if this is possible or not, I am just using this as an example. Letís take our 2 Kg mass and cut it in half. We now have 2 one Kg masses in this nothingness."

This to me is where your hypothesis is totally flawed.

This is my hypothesis:

If outside of the universe there is total nothingness, which i find hard to comprehend because its hard to imagine "nothing" then the only thing in my opinion that can happen is for the universe to infinitely expand into nothing.

Another theory of mine, how can you have the "big crunch" when you have expanded into nothing?
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I agree

I agree Paul46 something can not exist inside of nothing, your correct, I just used that as a way of trying to describe how matter may behave inside of Space time, you'll notice that I said "who cares if this is possible or not, I am just using this as an example." I use that mind experiment to get peoples heads around the concept.

Try to think of black holes as stars that radiate "Existance", regular Stars Radiate energy, after a certian Limit when the star collaspes enough when they can no longer radiate energy to the universe, they begin radiating EXISTANCE - The Space & Time, that we exist in, there is no free lunch, and the simple fact we exist means there must be a trade off. Black Holes according to this theory Radiate Existance - Space & time. Shoot this by your Physics Professor, he or she can knock it, but in the back of every good physist's head, this free existance does bother them.

I will get more info to you Paul46. Thanks for Reading the Theory and Finding questions for it, I really appreciate you taking the time to critize it. I will help you understand more so you can attact it from a better angle. Please give ma a day or 2
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after a certian Limit when the star collaspes enough when they can no longer radiate energy to the universe, they begin radiating EXISTANCE
Radiating existance? When a star collapses and becomes a blackhole its radiation is called Hawking radiation, which a form of energy, not existance.
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Originally Posted by Deco View Post
There is no evidence supporting this theory and you haven't shown any rigorous deduction to obtain the forumlas you have.



Dividing mass by speed, how does this give you dimensions for energy?

There's nothing that suggests something can be accelerated beyond the speed of light. If something were to travel faster than light, according to Einstein, it must have been travelling faster than light when it was created.

How do you think your theory can explain this anomaly in Einstein's work?
Hi Deco, I just replyed to Paul46 about the Existance being created. Try to think of black holes as stars that radiate "Existance", regular Stars Radiate energy, after a certian Limit when the star collaspes enough when they can no longer radiate energy to the universe, they begin radiating EXISTANCE - The Space & Time, that we exist in, there is no free lunch, and the simple fact we exist means there must be a trade off. Black Holes according to this theory Radiate Existance - Space & time. Shoot this by your Physics Professor, he or she can knock it, but in the back of every good physist's head, this free existance does bother them. Sorry for the copy paste but Time is money and right now I have neither...

Please ask more people what they think of the Black hole creating existance...I will describe it better to you, I will do my best, you will see it. Then once you see it you can begin tearing it apart.
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Radiating existance? When a star collapses and becomes a blackhole its radiation is called Hawking radiation, which a form of energy, not existance.
If didn't see this previously...
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Radiating existance? When a star collapses and becomes a blackhole its radiation is called Hawking radiation, which a form of energy, not existance.
Just because his name is Hawkings doens't always make him correct. More creadiable than me, but even a Genus Like Einstine Penrose and Hawkings can have a glitch. I never bought into the Hawkings full description, I LOVE Hawkings but I would have to Gamble that Exisatance is more likely a better description. Only because it describes there is no FREE Existance, existance isn't free, there is no free, We don't get something for nothing
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What do you mean by existance? How is existance quantized? Is there any evidence supporting this hypothesis?

The difference between you and Hawking, is that Hawking has evidence supporting his view, be it mathematical induction or otherwise.
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