posted on May, 25 2011 @ 03:11 PM
reply to post by XPLodER
Very interesting, on the matter /energy side, however, the whole big-bang thing is being pretty well covered
in this thread
I will be looking into this, only the first statement that 'the mysterious, unseen dark matter was not there (in the void)' had me ROTFL--If it was
unseen matter, how could they tell it wasn't there? How could they tell it was there in the first place? It's different for a black hole or a brown
dwarf, you can spot the gravitational effects they produce, but not from a filament.
Also, they have been doing x-ray surveys of the skies for decades, but they only just spotted it now?
As for the electron being the culprit, i would not think so, they are pretty slow, heavy particles
but i would think maybe a mass of sub-nuclear
particles (hadrons?) could well fit the bill.
Having said that, the electron is still a truly remarkable object, & i suspect that we humans (as usual) have got the wrong end of the stick. String
theory (also posted by above poster) could possibly explain the matter/energy relation better than any right now.
My personal theory is that we are looking at part of the ZPE/aether/string phenomenon, which is far greater than the lowly 4 dimensions we have