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Offline darkmatterorigin

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Abstract: Orbits are parameterized with the space−time dimensions of the gravitational constant (ℝ, t). The origin of dark matter and the gravitational lensing effect are deduced from first principles. The kinematics of macroscopic systems are shown to be homogeneous with the kinematics of quantum systems. Observable evidence is provided with experimental predictions to test the (ℝ, t) model.

www. vixra.org/abs/1601.0104
My apologies for the external link, I was unable to add the publication as an attachment: (the link needs to be backspaced after the www. once it is copied and pasted into the web address bar of your browser).

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Offline Razza

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Re: Could physics be unified with two time dimensions?
« Reply #1 on: 24/01/2016 02:41:33 »
The dark matter is space itself. It is transparent matter.There is an anti-universe inhabited by antimatter such as positrons, anti-protons etc. which can be forced to briefly appear in the here space. Energy cycles around between both universes. Read 'Physics Illusions and Revolutions' .It is very possible that time in the anti-verse flows backwards.
 

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Re: Could physics be unified with two time dimensions?
« Reply #2 on: 24/01/2016 18:02:55 »
Dark matter has shapes and paths.  Maybe time flows backward for negative matter but not antimatter.
 

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