posted on Nov, 22 2013 @ 12:50 AM
The problem of the modern mainstream physics is its over-self confidence.
The practice shows that new physics laws have been discovered all the time, most often under the label of largely re-fixed existing laws. Dark matter
is one of these examples. Something that we don't know about, accounts for 84% of all matter in the Universe? Isn't there something wrong in our
theories then, proudly claiming the universe is all the same everywhere, as it is on/near earth?
According to the Planck mission team, and based on the standard model of cosmology, the total mass–energy of the known universe contains 4.9%
ordinary matter, 26.8% dark matter and 68.3% dark energy. Thus, dark matter is estimated to constitute 84.5% of the total matter in the universe
and 26.8% of the total content of the universe
New ideas and models in Physics do exist, only to meet fiercest resistance of the majority scientists defenders of the old paradigm. The cosmology
models alone made drastic changes several times in the last 2 decades, as diverse as from the Big Crunch to the Big Rip and invention of Einstein's
"biggest mistake" that today is called dark energy to avoid the confused word "anti-gravity". Even the constant of gravity is under question by
some. New dimensions were discovered at sub-atomic scale in colliders (CERN). Sun alone behaves as if it never read any textbook of the "allowed"
solar activity. That happens as we speak in this year 2013 that should have been a year of a big solar max.Where is it?
That all comes to tell us, the nature might be very different from what today's generation of mainstream scientists painted it for us. They have made
their careers on the current status quo paradigm and they would not listen to anything else or anyone else. it is a pity that today's science is
more conservative than religion.
Isn't it paradoxical that CNN and other news sources would publish from time to time advanced scientific teams' findings of possible existence of
Planet X of Brown dwarf, while that is not acknowledged by most mainstream astronomers, rather laughed at. WISE data is still not made available to
public. And so on and so forth.
So when we have "unexplained phenomena" such as the recent outburst of Ison and that of Holmes sometime ago as far from the sun as the distance of
Mars! I would rather pause and expect what the nature will tell us. Not what we will tell the nature how it must behave according to textbooks and our
own limited experience in time. We observe all that grand scenery for a few brief centuries. OK add the Chinese astronomers of antiquity. In anyway
all that time is a tiny moment in the life of the Solar system. I would not bet everything on the earth's proud mind that couldn't understand so far
it is not the best of creation and that creation exists beyond and despite the human mindsets.
Ison may be just a common comet. It doesn't negate the above reflections.