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Offline Micheal R. Thomas

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Dark matter. The pressure of open space.
« on: 24/12/2013 07:12:23 »
      As I think of what we call "gravity" the way it works does not go along with what I see in the infinite nature of space.
    I wondered what other than gravity could be responsible for the force that molds immense physical matter into what we see out there in space.
   My theory is that other than a gravitational pull on objects in space, I see the pressure of open space as a force that envelopes all objects individually with an equal amount of pressure on them forcing them, and what is on or close to them into a resistance in the "dark sea substance"'that surrounds all things of atomic structure. Dark matter is not an unknown force "in" space, but dark matter is all of open space.
   There is no such thing as nothing which makes space a substance. Open space is like an ocean of some sort, that "contains" varieties of energies that attempt to expand in the dense unknown and survive as the "Dark space Force" relentlessly applies the seemingly undetected pressure on matter within it. No gravitational pull.
   The bigger the object the greater the resistant force applied against the surrounding pressure in the "Dark Sea" that holds it, Resulting in the pressure being greater at the surface of the object.
    Atmosphere is the result of two massive energies struggle against one another. One force, the "dark sea", surrounds the other, ( matter) with greater weight from its vastness of size.
   The so called "black hole" is a disruption of the "Dark Force" after an non-solid object collapses from the pressures around it, allowing the "Dark Force" to gain a unstoppable momentum towards the now missing singularity of the collapsed space. These events give the Dark Force energy to consume things it draws into its crushing power temporarily. The momentum eventually fades.
   This also explains "The Big Bang" theory of expansion better, knowing that as a greater pressure of immense vastness surrounding it can force an explosions expansion of that magnitude eventually back in "reverse" into the chaos of energies created as everything collides into the original singularity, only to become unstable and explode again. I'm saying that the Big Bang" is a recurring event that happens in unlimited areas of the Dark Forces ever present power.


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