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Offline Aldaman

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« on: 05/09/2010 12:39:14 »
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Imagine the universe started as a giant star, the nuclear reactions converted into heavier elementary particles these elements existed in a small bubble around this star, after billions of years the star calapsed on itself and cause a singularity, the singularity pulled these elements towards the event horizon elements like oxygen consisting of equal neutrons and protons with one or more electrons were pulled into the singularity as the nuetron is a subatomic particle with no net electric charge it canít escape the pull of the singularity, the element hydrogen is a stable element consisting of a proton and an electron making it able to resist the pull of the singularity, however the hydrogen element lose its electron into the singularity, this element is known as darkmater it is a posative lepton  called anti matter, after billions of years this conversion process expanded and created our universe of dark matter, at the point of the big bang the singularity became unstable, filled with matter and exploded. These Hadrons in their elemental form are pushed from every direction forming spheres of dense elements or bodies of mass in the universe that are being contantly pushed together and away from other bodies by the posative lepton or dark matter. Dark matter is Hydrogen without its electron. If you take Dark matter and collide it with an electron you will have a reator capable of clean and infinate power. If you use a coliderscope with magnesium you could send enough power through it to defy gravity and transport large mass with little effort.
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« Reply #1 on: 05/09/2010 22:26:17 »
So, you suspect that dark matter is protons. That is probably not a good candidate but it may be among the culprits. There are protons out there. But we have pretty good tools to guess the amount of them. The amount that we can guess comes up short of providing enough gravity to produce the anomaly we see.

 
 

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« Reply #2 on: 06/09/2010 06:45:40 »
I got ahead of myself before lol, Im only new at this what about this idea then, Ive done some more reading. :v)

My theory on Dark Matter
Hydrogen minus its electron is a proton, a positive hadron consisting of 2 up quarks and 1 down quark, what would happen if the 1 down quark was removed.
Imagine the universe started as a giant star, the nuclear reactions converted into heavier elementary particles these elements existed in a small bubble around this star, after billions of years the star collapsed on itself causing a singularity, the singularity pulled these elements towards the event horizon elements like oxygen consisting of equal neutrons and protons with one or more electrons were pulled into the singularity as the neutron is a subatomic particle with no net electric charge it canít escape the pull of the singularity, the element hydrogen is a stable element consisting of a proton and an electron making it able to resist the pull of the singularity, however the hydrogen element loses its electron into the singularity as it has no net charge I argue that the quarks are also seperated in this way, so I am suggeating there is another hadron that consist only of 2 up quarks and no leptons or darkmater it is a positive force that I beleived filled our universe over billions of years this conversion process expanded and created our universe but was void of matter, at the point of the big bang the singularity became unstable, filled with matter and exploded. These Hadrons in their elemental form were pushed from every direction by dark matter forming spheres of dense elements or bodies of mass in the universe that are being constently pushed together and away from other bodies by the dark matter. I beleive if you take Dark matter and collide it with an electron you will have a reactor capable of clean and infinite power by way of a collision reactor. If you use a gyroscope with mercury inside and spin it you could use the reactor to generate enough power to create an anti gravity machine and transport large mass with little effort, another practical application would be to push space vehicles through space with a neutron particle engine.
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« Reply #3 on: 06/09/2010 12:19:01 »
Hydrogen minus its electron is a proton, a positive hadron consisting of 2 up quarks and 1 down quark, what would happen if the 1 down quark was removed.

Negative particle represent matter so anti matter would mean the absents of negative matter like electrons neutrons and down quarks, this would mean the existents of an undiscovered Hadron that is tasteless, weightless and invisible and consist of only 2 up quarks.
being a positive hadron it would repel any element that would have an electron, nuetron or down quark thus acting as a powerfull yet invisable force. I beleive when Hydrogen comes in contact with a singularity it loses all negative particles into the event horizon leaving only posative matter and in the case of hydrogen it is the only element that consists of 1 proton making it the most likely candidate. 
 

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« Reply #4 on: 06/09/2010 13:01:03 »
as i said I am only new to this just started researching my Ideas so I think the correct formula would be,  anti matter is + 2/2 e
 

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« Reply #5 on: 06/09/2010 13:08:45 »
you will have to excuse me I have only been studying chemistry for 3 days to try and explain whats going on in my head to the people who will understand
 

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