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I have a theory on what dark matter and dark energy is. I think dark matter is the byproduct of matter and antimatter, while dark energy is the byproduct of antimatter binding to antimatter. I would like to hear your thoughts on this.
Anti matter - matter reaction are theorized to completely annihilate.
It's believed to be one of the most efficient mass-entergy conversion.
Its used in this fashion in very limited set of circumstances, because anti-matter production and containment are both very difficult to manage, given it's inherit natural reaction with anything not anit-matter.
Basically antimatter is mass that has had it's spin reversed to that of matter.
Dark matter is thought to be a by-product produced of supernova and hypernova events.
Black holes are also essentially dark matter, but they have so much highly localized gravity, that the math about them bends and breaks coherence too.
Nova episodes are the most violently explosive, densely packed regions of mass, believed to exist outside of the remaining black hole, at the time of the nova event, which is when and where dark matter is primarily produced.
Gravity on the other hand is more of a one way operator. Given enough gravity, gravity beats electromagnetism, which produces star light, heavier atoms and black holes, when they battle (so to speak).
Now we've tried smashing atoms together. They produce the most energy when we smash anti-matter and matter together, so atom smashers usually resort to this experiment.
Quote from: PhysicsGamerI have a theory on what dark matter and dark energy is. I think dark matter is the byproduct of matter and antimatter, while dark energy is the byproduct of antimatter binding to antimatter. I would like to hear your thoughts on this. There is absolutely no reason to think that dark energy is as you speculate. byproduct of antimatter binding to antimatter is just more antimatter