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The main issue I'm having with your post is that your assuming time can't be stuff. In all reality we don't even know what time is. The way we measure time is based off of the movements of the sun and earth. those movements are technically due to gravity.
We know that dark matter carries its own gravitational pull and allows matter to form galaxies. Dark matter still exists where matter does not, but matter does not exist outside of dark matter. We have never been outside of dark matter as we have never been outside of time. How do we know that dark matter is not what allows time to exist outside of matter?
...but asking "is dark matter the physical form of time" is the same basic kind of question as asking "is a pebble the physical form of [the direction] up?"...
I don't think there's any evidence that matter requires dark matter to exist... Matter simply interacts via gravity and electromagnetism and dark matter simply interacts only via gravity.We know that time isn't caused by dark matter because we can measure it by using electromagnetism, and dark matter doesn't interact via electromagnetism.
Tell me, which laws would have to be rewritten? Thats all I've been asking for and none of you so far have been able to give me a straight answer.
i tried creating a post in theories to maybe get a more hypothetical discussion going but all i got was a post with the exact same thing thats been going on here. He also seemed to be afraid of what JP would think. I get the feeling that no one on this forum is willing to piss of JP and is only willing to give open answers that he approves of.