Dark Matter

Intergalactic Subatomic Particle Medium


   Dark matter, mysterious in its origin and unseen in its present state, has been proposed by present day astrophysicists to exist and is alleged to make up most of the missing matter in the Universe. It is estimated to account for 95% of the matter in the universe that is responsible for the gravitational force holding the galaxies of universe together after the initial of the big bang as opposed to the 5% from the known observed universe. Does Dark matter exist and if so where does it reside in the universe and more important what is its role? Finally, what is its source or origin?

   Dark Matter does exist, but it is a basic mix of subatomic particles composing the basic components of matter, mankind's description of the proton, neutron and electron. It is this random combination of subatomic particles that composes the basic medium and represents a large portion of the particles floating between galactic, stellar and planetary objects. Due to this condition, the mix of subatomic particles carry no one property that can be detected, since they are elemental or basic subatomic particles and only when combined in unique combinations have definition. Thus, they  remain invisible with today’s optics and other instruments of observation. What’s unknown, is that Dark Matter has spread randomly and somewhat evenly throughout the universe. Although neutral in an overall charge, there is one property of this medium that can be observed within this solar system. The principle is based on sub atomic particle crowding and a resultant force exerted  against the source of compression. So lets outline a simplistic example of this interaction of compression and the subatomic particle medium alleged to exist between a cosmic object and interstellar space.

   All scientists are familiar with the properties and conditions of space outside of the atmosphere of Earth. When an object is transported into outer space with a pressurized  atmosphere contained within, if there is a breach of the protective exterior, there are results. The contained atmosphere is extracted and disbursed into space, due the pressure differentials between the 2 environments. Can the force of gravity emanating from this mass inhibit this extraction of interior atmosphere? The answer is no. Now lets consider another mass Earth.  How can the gravitational acceleration of 9.8 meters/sec2 related to our planet, which in the annals of science, hold an atmosphere from being stripped into what seems the vacuum of space?

   Dark matter has established an equilibrium or density level, in this case particle separation  in what seems the vacuum of space, which we now know is not empty. When a planet or stellar object is introduced during a Big Bang or transits through the medium, the volume of the object displaces the ambient subatomic particle field of the medium. The resultant push back is due to the compression of the subatomic particle field, which is a function of displaced volume related to the mass. The push back force is applied to the leading edge of matter related to the intruder mass thus establishing containment of for an atmosphere to exist. A spacecraft does not have enough volume displacement to retard atmospheric loss due to a breach, so it ensues.

   So how does Dark Matter allow the creation of nebula clouds within our visible universe?  Concentrated pockets of light and heavy elemental dust in its visible form, are seen as nebula clouds, so how is this possible in the vacuum of space?

   When an explosion is observed on Earth, large quantities of particles are ejected from ground zero and disperse randomly. Over a short time period this particle spread coalesces and drifts depending on local conditions of interacting gravity and repulsion forces. The matter in question either condenses and forms a visible cloud or dissipates. This same function occurs during the localized Big Bangs, where any stellar mass not assimilated by the initiating black hole at the center of the galaxy, pulverizes the outlying cosmic objects. Resulting matter distributed randomly in a dust-like form after the Big Bang. Nebula clouds form only when only particle level has initiated the repulsion force maintains separation of the dust particles and the volume is large enough to initiate containment within the interstellar medium. Equilibrium is established between the volume displaced of the nebula and the push back containment of the interstellar medium.

 What scientists will discover is that dark matter does exist and it is the elemental particles ejected by dominant black hole initiating the localized Big Bang establishing the galaxy of the area. But it is the repulsion responsible for somewhat static positions of the galaxies. The red shift is true, but you will find it is not due to an expanding Universe. Thus the current theories on Dark Energy need to be examined. 

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