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On the Lighter Side => New Theories => Topic started by: fthomposon on 16/07/2017 04:54:52

Title: Is it the dark matter superfluid sea that waves in a double slit experiment?
Post by: fthomposon on 16/07/2017 04:54:52
This Dark Matter Theory Could Solve a Celestial Conundrum (https://www.wired.com/story/this-dark-matter-theory-could-solve-a-celestial-conundrum/)

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Khoury and Berezhiani are nearing the point where they can extract testable predictions that would allow astronomers to explore whether our galaxy is swimming in a superfluid sea.

If the Milky Way is swimming in a superfluid sea then so is the Earth. Wouldn't the particle in a double slit experiment be moving through and displacing the sea, causing it to wave?
Title: Re: Is it the dark matter superfluid sea that waves in a double slit experiment?
Post by: GoC on 16/07/2017 13:11:38
Yes
Title: Re: Is it the dark matter superfluid sea that waves in a double slit experiment?
Post by: fthomposon on 17/07/2017 14:05:03
Yes

The question then is, if it is this obvious that it is the superfluid sea that waves in a double slit experiment, why aren't physicists capable of realizing this is the evidence of dark matter they have spent half a century looking for?