Dark Matter = Quantum Cosmology = Gravity

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Dark Matter = Quantum Cosmology = Gravity

Postby socrat44 on April 15th, 2019, 3:41 am 

Dark Matter = Quantum Cosmology = Gravity
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1- Dark matter doesn't emit or absorb light.
2 - Dark matter works only via gravity
3 - Dark matter is extremely cold
4 - Dark matter is extremely weak (the weakest stuff)
5 - Dark matter doesn't carry electric charge
6 - Dark matter is passive / neutral stuff
7 - Dark matter consists of (unknown) elementary particles
8 - Dark matter is much more than ordinary matter
9 - Dark matter must have some interaction with ordinary matter
10 - Dark matter can have non-gravitational interactions
11 - Dark matter must have own sector of existence
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Scientists search a real / potential candidate for dark matter
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Re: Dark Matter = Quantum Cosmology = Gravity

Postby socrat44 on April 15th, 2019, 8:51 am 

Ordinary matter interacts through the electromagnetic,
weak and strong forces -- helping the visual matter
of our world to form complex systems
Stars, rocks, oceans, plants and animals owe their
very existence to the unity of the non-gravitational
(EM, weak, strong) forces with ordinary matter.
Familiar picture can be thought of interaction
between antiparticles (antimatter) and dark matter
Antiparticles (as EM forces) 10^36 times stronger
than weak particles of dark matter and therefore
can involve it in a process of ''quantum gravity'',
the earliest state of creation our material World.
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