originally posted by: Snarl
There's a simple explanation for dark matter. It's not reflecting enough light to be seen.
Scientists screwing around trying to develop research funds using a 'mysterious' term is all. Don't be gullible. All the 'scientists' I know are
human and some leave me in a state of supreme disappointment.
yes but can the material so small as found in space material itself "ever" hold enough temperature, or be exited enough to radiate light itself?, yes
the sun can but once it leaves the sun this mobile temperature in matter ejected from it (visible solid enough for human scale measurement, say nano
scale today), it can only decrease in energy or temperature over time. i think light can not move endlessly thrue space, hence background radiation,
the limit of distance light can travel AND return information to us (if not sent directly but reflected it would be a much shorter distance)... if a
photon could slow down and slow down further it would lose its energy, or its brightness slowly until it came to a halt as just another particle or
spacegrain withouout energy to give of light it would be weightless and become space material or dark matter itself.... unlit.... if a particle is so
small can it even ever hold enough energy or temperature to ignite to a level or temperature we can dissearn? only a sun could light up space itself
it seems, what happens at the edge of a solar flare? enormous heat in matter from the sun and it borders with space, -270 degrees celcius. normally
that would produce steam? steam is invisible aswell almost, only seen in air.
ah well... i think its invisible matter traveling to us, and once it meets relative solidness like an atmopshere where there is atmospheric pressure
forming oxygen, needed for a human scale burn, and matter and temperature enough for matter to burn in. i think light becomes light locally here seen
as the blue glow on the space pictures, light exiting local matter.
the thermosfere is also local temperature or heat created high above us, by light, incomming Always on matter beam comming from everywhere in a mix of
coloured signals from the universe. as soon as we detect a difference to the background we need to colour it with the use of an artist and his atis
rendering of how it would look if we could see.
we can not physically bring a device to the sun and see when a certain photon leaves a gate and enters our measuring device here on earth and
synchrosnise this with all parts of the experiment being in space. theres Always a short tube or short distance we measure on as vacuums are hard to
create over long distances. and the experiments are Always partly on earth under atmospheric pressure. in an thick speed limiting by friction
atmosphere) we can only see wind by its effects on surrounding matter. Cern has already measured particles faster than light but are scared to proof
enstein wrong out of respect... we impose the limiting speed of light... on ALL matter in the entire universe....
i think humans are great at finding ways to accelerate things, also in space will we be able to keep an accelleration goin, and this is not the case
with natural light. if we keep an accelleration goin by using natures laws very harmoniously as we will probably learn someday, then we can accel
matter or a ship faster than light, light that you are in front of can not catch you and therefore a steady observer would see you vanish... there is
no information on that position of the matter to reflect back where you were looking, the object was gone before you were able to realise this and
follow it with your eyes...
when the craft slows to under the speed of light, it can catch up, fall on you and then in turn reflect back taking up some time to reach observer,
depending on how fast the matter or light slams onto the subject or ship in the first place AND in which medium this happens.
when a pilot releases the throttle or ever continued doubling or accelleration provided you have unlimited fuel, you must know where to look because
space in this regard, at these speeds is pretty big....
edit on 22-5-2015 by dennisarends because: (no reason given)