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Large Hadron Collider: Rainbow gravity, Infinite Universe, Debunking BBT?

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posted on Mar, 24 2015 @ 10:41 AM
a reply to: AnuTyr
Actually , your post does add to what is being researched at the LHC and all particle smashers . There are so many differing theories with differing results . But all mass does not exist as a wave and a particle . That is reserved for light. But just light existing as a particle and a wave (depending on whether or not it is being observed) causes a lot of Quantum Mechanics Theories to be questioned . The double slit experiment really caused them to step back and reconsider all they thought they knew. The Higgs-Boson particle may answer this as it may be that if it is the particle that gives all matter mass , it may exist as a particle and a wave itself. It could be possible that this particle/wave may also determine what is dark matter vs. what is light matter . The actual theory of "rainbow gravity" stems from M-Theory (string theory) . It is theorized there may be more than just the 4 dimensions . I think they have theorized as many as 21 dimensions . Most of those above 3 deal specifically with time. This leads to gravity being the constant and flows across all the universes in the multiverse. As time goes on , physics keeps getting stranger and stranger . Perhaps , in the end , they will discover that it is just one very simple answer to all.

posted on Mar, 24 2015 @ 11:41 AM
No it creates them or is,thought to be able to. But these are tiny and pose no harm to our planet. It is postulated that they exist on there own all over the place but are so infinitesimal that they have no effect. a reply to: theabsolutetruth

posted on Mar, 24 2015 @ 11:55 AM
I theorize that darkmatter is where potentiality lies and dark energy is what moves it into reality or where Higgs gets matter to create mass combined with the observer effect. There are some strange things happening at the quantum level after all.
Do you believe in magic???

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posted on Mar, 24 2015 @ 11:58 AM
a reply to: here4this

If there is only one answer its probably going to be God. Just sayin'

posted on Mar, 24 2015 @ 12:01 PM
a reply to: FamCore

It is a remote possibility or impossibility depending on theories (see previous post from CERN), and it isn't their objective.

It is important and great research that could rewrite physics. Slightly irritating that so far most of the posts have been based on fear mongering MSM reports about ''creating black holes'' which is not the objective of the research.

About LHC creating black holes:

a. standard physics theorises it is practically impossible

b. even if it did, as per speculative theories, it is not it's objective and they would be microscopic lasting for a fraction of a second and harmless

Imagine if it found some and Rainbow gravity becomes the new overarching theory of creation, that is a major step forward and could prove the existence of dimensions, parallel universes and their effect on other universes.

This is such interesting science, I think it deserves more than speculative doom porn.
edit on 24-3-2015 by theabsolutetruth because: (no reason given)

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