Tuesday, May 16, 2006
If 'Spin' is Dark Matter...can we tell what time it is?
Theorists can't find half the matter they need to account for the activities we see with-in the Gravity Model.
I personally don't believe in gravity in the usual sense, I think we are held in place as we are by a matrices of wave patterns, a functioning of all the planets and all else - like an invisible transmission, each planet rotating with-in complex relationship with all the others.
I say the missing matter simply put, is 'spin'.
So... We can see gases, slowly rotating around a center point. From a distance they seem to be collapsing, but backwards - like a spring, coiling. Take a closer look, the gasses are eddying into smaller little-galaxies, separate relatively to the influence of the whole.
Counter-spinning matrices in relative functioning with their opposites. This dual functioning of opposites causes the 'collapse' of the galaxy.
I say, when the Galaxy is young and all spread out, it contains almost entirely, 'light' matter. As it ages, or 'edifies' it turns more and more, into 'dark' matter.
Our Solar System is Old. As one 'eddy' in the milky way, the milky way, as we can see, is all spread out, or Young. Our sun will eventually swallow all the planets and the next stage in the collapse of this piece of the universe will have begun.
Question: Can we measure the age of the galaxy by the rate of decay of light matter into dark matter?
We need to know;
Volume of all the matter in question. Done
or Spread of the young Galaxy. Done
Time elapsed. Done
The 'Chunkiness' of the matter. Need new formula.
and the total Mass. Done
So the mass of the galaxy equals: light matter (visible stars gases and matter we can deduce is there by the functioning of the things we can see) + dark matter(the energy contained with-in the chunks of stable stuff, usually spinning or in orbit or both).
The time elapsed around here is 4 billion years.