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The WMAP teams 10 year investigation has proved that the standard model based on relativity is totally inadequate in explaining the balance of the universe as only 4.6% of the matter necessary to balance it is there. What you see is what you’ve got!
To balance there has to be dark energy force [which I presume is magnetic repulsion] of 22.2 times our gravity{G} that is pushing the galaxies apart  Why the WMAP team should further hypothesize that there is five times more dark matter than real baryonic matter is a complete mystery if the solar system is anything to go by. Anyway, to balance we need a force that attracts all matter inside each stars system together of 5{G}[which I presume is electrostatic attraction].  Using the new physics of the 3D electromagnetic universe will instantly balance the universe and make it stable.
Remember, it used to be matter that needed to be conserved; then with relativity it was declared that energy must be conserved, but now it turns out that it is electric charge that must be fundamentally conserved. What do you think??
Probable get moved to new theories although it needs discussion.
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Re: WMAP balance of the universe by 3D electromagnetic forces
« Reply #1 on: 15/09/2013 11:17:30 »
If the "Dark Matter" were electrically charged, we would definitely have detected it by now, because we have very sensitive detectors of electrically charged particles (starting with photographic film which has been carried to high altitudes in balloons).
  • It is deduced that Dark Matter particles are insensitive to the electromagnetic force, which makes them invisible ("dark"), like the neutron.
  • Unlike the neutron, but more like the neutrino, Dark Matter particles are also thought to be insensitive to the Strong nuclear force.
  • This makes them very hard to detect with current technologies, but does not make them impossible.
  • Some physicists remain hopeful that when the new supercharged LHC reopens in 2015, it may be able to create some of the supersymmetric particles which are predicted by theory, and which have properties that are similar to those predicted for dark matter.
 

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Re: WMAP balance of the universe by 3D electromagnetic forces
« Reply #2 on: 15/09/2013 11:19:53 »
As guessed - moved to New Theories
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Re: WMAP balance of the universe by 3D electromagnetic forces
« Reply #3 on: 15/09/2013 15:05:38 »
Thanks Evan for the reply.
What I am trying to get at is that there are two unidentified forces in the universe that are necessary to allow it to balance. Gravity alone is not sufficient; we need some new physics.
WMAP investigations have supplied the evidence for us. We need a repelling force of 22.2G that is pushing the galaxies apart.  We then need an attractive force of 5G inside each system pulling inwards towards the star.  These forces may not be electomagnetic but all the evidence is that they are massless as there is no visible dark matter anywhere.
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