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Originally posted by Amagnon
What is the precedent or observational basis for assuming an electron and positron vanish?
In every other observable collision between particles - a new particle is created.
The answer to me is simple - they do create a new particle - it is from those particles that vacuum consists. I think it is a super dense fluid, composed of these particles which are plank length particles.
The term vibration remains vague to me, it is
not clear to me what exactly is vibrating.
It seems to me that we can interact with dark matter by gravity.
If space is not volume, then what is it?
You can indeed look at frequency as the density of oscillation with respect to time, or "vibrational density", but its an odd way of describing it.
Are you saying that the "stuff per space" density is equal to the "vibrational" density?
Or in other words, the number of vibration per time unit determine how much "stuff" there is in a certain "space"?
Originally posted by buddhasystem
You have zero understanding of scientific method.
Atomic nuclei were discovered when completely unexpected patter of scattering of alpha particles occurred. At first it was a hypothesis which was consistently found true, in due time, and it was not a "filler in the holes". Same occurred with fission, neutrinos and countless other phenomena that since have been explained.
Dark matter may or may not exist, but you looking down at scientists does seem a bit pathetic.
vibrational density of states.
Is vibrational density you use in this context the same as it being used in scientific papers?
To recoup, to determine the gravitational force of a certain
volume in space, you determine the amount of stuff at rest that
in that volume, then you determine how fast the stuff oscillates.
And from this you can calculate the gravity. Is that a correct
representation of your idea?
why do you think that the oscillation
frequency determines the mass?
Originally posted by -PLB-
reply to post by ProdigalSon
Aether was for a long time believed to be real.
Originally posted by deadred
I assume that Astronomers and Physicists have used every kind of filter in their arsenal in the attempt to "see" Dark Matter. Maybe it absorbs any and all spectrums of radiation. Wouldn't it be impossible to observe if that were the case?
Originally posted by 19872012
It's just a guess, but what i think Dark Matter is, is the other planes of reality that we can't sense or see because they have a different vibration.
Originally posted by ProdigalSon
i'm no scientist but i have a very good understandin of scientific method. Don't compare the rutherford experiment with this, they are too far from each other.
Unfortunately science today is becoming more of an organized religion.
that's all i have to say even if it sounds pathetic.