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Has anyone added up all the assumed energies of all the presumed quantum virtual particles that supposedly exist for brief instances in space.
Does it get anywhere Einstein's cosmological constant?
If not, what sort of order of magnitiude are we out is this why we are seeking dark matter/energy?
I feel obliged to point out that Bishadi's reply goes against the current thinking of 99.99% of the world's physicists. That isn't to say that it's wrong; but there appears to be very little, if any, valid research to support it.
As for no-one being able to remember the names of all the particles that have been created - I think I probably could and I'm not even a physicist!
nor of any scientific background since you fail to realize, integrity to the truth, as a precept of science, over rules protecting a career or following paradigm just to sound cool.
Errors in observed data? Something unknown was observed and dark matter was conjectured to account for it. Where's the error in that?
You really don't know anything about me, do you.
I'm the last person in the world who would toe the official line to protect his career or sound "cool". I poke. I prod. I question. I decided not to pursue a career in academia for those very reasons. I spoke out against official government statistics, against so-called authoritative research. Don't ever accuse me of pandering to authority.
State your case. Answer my questions. Provide evidence.
Do all that & I will be only too pleased to listen to what you have to say. Fail to do so and I will pay you no heed and relegate you to the league of loonies!
planck is wrong (energy is em (light) upon mass) >>THE CASE
planck messed up with conforming >>> an answer to the question
and in virial, the math is short of data (hence the math is wrong) >>>> and evidence
but are you looking into it? NO...... you barking at me
How does that make Planck wrong?
In what way?
Being short of data is not proof of wrongness.
Give up Beaver he's just winding you up and best ignored. It's all complete rubbish and just not worth refuting. Remember the general rule of chat pages, Never feed a Troll.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troll_(Internet [nofollow])
Has anyone added up all the assumed energies of all the presumed quantum virtual particles that supposedly exist for brief instances in space. Does it get anywhere Einstein's cosmological constant?If not, what sort of order of magnitiude are we out is this why we are seeking dark matter/energy?
typical reaction from someone not equiped to address reality.