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16% matter 84% dark matter?
« on: 30/05/2015 11:32:04 »
I have been messing about with my extended periodic table for a few years (z1 to z172). Believing they could possibly tie the atomic to the quantum, Which I now see as top quarks.http://alpha-omega-sunshaker.blogspot.co.uk/2014/12/top-quark-condensate.html [nofollow]

Recently I was looking at the naturally occurring elements z1 to z92, I added up the protons in these elements 4232 then I added up the remaining known protons + what I believe are the positrons/super symmetric particles(in red) to these protons which came to 25444 this gave me a ratio of 16% matter to 84% dark matter/super symmetric particles,
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dark matter is estimated to constitute 84.5% of the "total matter" in the Universe,   http://en.wikipedia [nofollow]....iki/Dark_matter
Periodic tables shown in link.
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-tOtpzG1WlM8/VPoBgnaWE0I/AAAAAAAACWo/JCJW91r5LpQ/s1600/92%2Bnatural%2Belements.png [nofollow]



 

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