To be honest:)

I was hoping that you people had ideas?

It seems very strange to me.

"cosmological models predict that if WIMPs are what make up dark matter, trillions must pass through the Earth each second. Despite a number of attempts to find these WIMPs, none have yet been confirmedly found."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weakly_interacting_massive_particlesAnother theory seems to rest on there being Higgs fields or similar?

"In scalar-tensor theories, scalar fields like the Higgs field couple to the curvature given through the Riemann tensor or its traces. In many of such theories, the scalar field equals the inflaton field, which is needed to explain the inflation of the universe after the Big Bang"

But they also use renormalization to explain it. "renormalization refers to a collection of techniques used to take a continuum limit. When describing space and time as a continuum, certain statistical and quantum mechanical constructions are ill defined. In order to define them, the continuum limit has to be taken carefully.

Renormalization determines the relationship between parameters in the theory, when the parameters describing large distance scales differ from the parameters describing small distances."

Isn't that a kind of approximation, with 'subjective' limits set by you and your peers?

I know it is a powerful tool in QED (quantum electrodynamics) though?

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On the other hand, inflation would make sense (to my ideas:) if there was something like a Higgs field propagating it just after that BB.

Even though I see it as a 'Qm effect' without specifying any special type of 'field'

But it could make sense?

On the third hand

I'm not happy about 'gravity' consisting of 'particles'(?)

To me it seems more as a pure 'field'

Bent space sort of, but my math is rather horrendous so...