reply to post by Gorman91
Dark matter does exist. It is clear. This electronic universe movement has stonewalled when asked about the light that smears due to gravity
that is not there. An entire galaxy of dark matter has been discovered. Sorry, you lose.
Your not too bright are you? Either that your your wholly uneducated as to what DARK MATTER is.
I assume your talking about this little gem:
A British-led team of astronomers have discovered an object that appears to be an invisible galaxy made almost entirely of dark matter – the first
ever detected. A dark galaxy is an area in the universe containing a large amount of mass that rotates like a galaxy, but contains no stars. Without
any stars to give light, it could only be found using radio telescopes. It was first seen with the University of Manchester's Lovell Telescope in
Cheshire, and the sighting was confirmed with the Arecibo telescope in Puerto Rico. The unknown material that is thought to hold these galaxies
together is known as 'dark matter', but scientists still know very little about what that is.
Well, right off the bat it says APPEARS. Further down it says detected by RADIO TELESCOPES. I don't mean to nitpick, but DARK MATTER can only
interact gravitationally with baryonic matter. It is NOT detectable by radio telescopes at all.
The fact remains that an ether does not exist because sound waves do not permeate through space. To say anything about it not being observed
places you in the same boat of that which you criticize. What different is your invisible ether to invisible dark matter?
The ether could be anything from a rarefied gas to the vacuum fluctuations. In either case, sound still would not permeate through space. I personally
am banking on the rarefied gas myself as space is 99% plasma.
Ether does not exist. If it does no affect matter, than it is indifferent to dark matter, thus making you no different, just calling it a
The two have entirely different phsycial aspects. Ether being detectable and falsifiable and dark matter being undetectable physically and thus
Here are the facts. Zero point energy is a lie. Pretty much the only means to get it would be a device which uses gravity and is in a vacuum.
When a perfect vacuum occurs, odd affects DO occur, such as phantom molecules. But they cannot be used for energy. It is very possible that Tesla
discovered a means of making waves so small that they affect the frequency of items smaller than mass. There is nothing against the possibility that
he may have created antimatter by means of affecting the frequency of regular matter and simply changing its spin.
You don't know the difference between a fact and your own garbage uneducated opinions.
Zero-point energy is the lowest possible energy that a quantum mechanical physical system may have and is the energy of the ground state.
What your probably talking about is vacuum energy. That being the case, I might agree that *we* might find it difficult to extract usable energy from
You can be the smartest man in the universe. That does not change a damn thing that in the early 1900s, you would not be able to observe
anything smaller than an atom nor affect anything to an observable amount.
And yet people still defend Einstein and his nearly hundred year old model derived from what was known nearly a hundred years ago. Christ, even your
defending an inaccurate model. If the model were correct then it would not have made such a gross miscalculation in mass to begin with. Nothing in
science would be a surprise either, like the ...Oh, every single god damned quasar observed thus far showing no signs of time dilation or
redshift/apparent brightness not following the way it should. If the model were correct, it would account for all of that.
Instead, you sit there like a damned hypocrite.
Tesla was epic wins for sure. But don't turn him into some God of the universe that could observe some make believe ether that he cold tap
You can thank Tesla for modern life. You can thank Einstein for .... Well, nothing really.
BTW, if he could observe it, it means that it can affect matter and photons, and therefore carry sound waves. You can't hear the sun,
therefore don't make crap up.
Are you for real?
In the late 19th century, "luminiferous aether" (or "ether"), meaning light-bearing aether, was the term used to describe a medium for the
propagation of light.
Currently, there is no medium for electromagnetic waves (that includes radio waves, but we'll get to that in a sec.) to propagate through. Every wave
known thus far to man requires a medium to 'wave' through. The Aether is postulated as the medium allowing electromagnetic waves to exist.
Not one Aether theory postulates that the Aether is a medium for sound. Don't be an uneducated buffoon.