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Offline Richie46n2

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Re: What dark matter really would be
« Reply #25 on: 13/07/2015 22:42:22 »
Because we are like bacteria compared to it in size... Like how millions of bacteria die from the time it takes us to walk from one side of the room to another... Or something like that.
 

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« Reply #26 on: 13/07/2015 23:25:32 »
I'm saying maybe they got it wrong and dark matter is that force and time is what you are saying is dark matter... And so they are really one and the same... I'm not talking about universes moving away from each other but away from the Big Bang and then out from each center from there.

But we have been thinking about it as this force because we can't comprehend how big a scale we are talking about.... And so it appears to be infinitely slow and irrelevant.
Nope. That's all wrong.
 

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« Reply #27 on: 14/07/2015 20:11:33 »
Seems legit to me.

it fits in with your definition of dark matter you posted. It is this 'indirect' pressure... Possibly infrared light
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Re: What dark matter really would be
« Reply #28 on: 15/07/2015 16:06:09 »
Quote from: Richie46n2
Seems legit to me.
That's most likely because you don't understand the physics.
 

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