posted on May, 5 2010 @ 02:22 AM
Originally posted by Deus Ex Machina 42
It is said that when [[[blah]]] matter comes into contact with actual matter, there's a violent chemical reaction which causes both forces to
detonate like a bomb. Is that not high amounts of electricity?
I'm going to assume I never saw the post that said dark matter = anti matter (that's just plain wrong) and try to clear some things up for the case
when [[[blah]]] = anti, and [[[blah]]] = dark.
When antimatter comes into contact with matter, bot antimatter and matter are anihilated. Now I don't know if it can be called an explosion, but what
really happens is that all particles are turned into photons (light). Light is not electricity, but
it is an electromagnetic wave, meaning that
it can cause electric flow somewhere given the right conditions.
2- Dark Matter:
We haven't confirmed the existence of dark matter, however it has been suggested that it exists. Since we have never seen dark matter interacting (by
means other that gravity) with regular matter, we don't know what happens when this interaction occurs. Perhaps there is an explosion, perhaps there
is electricity, perhaps both, or perhaps nothing happens.
Hope this clears out some concepts, everything else you said I won't touch since the nature of the word perhaps really opens the door to all
possibilities you mentioned, yet in my own opinion those possibilities are not very likely.