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If gravity is caused by an interaction with a quantum scale particle...
If gravity is caused by an interaction with a quantum scale particle could dark matter be the observable mass of those particles at the macro scale ?
I thought dark energy filled all of ''empty'' space?''Matter is a substance that has inertia and occupies physical space. According to modern physics, matter consists of various types of particles, each with mass and size. The most familiar examples of material particles are the electron, the proton and the neutron.''''empty'' space has no physical body , so how can it be called matter?
Wow thanks very much liquidspacetime I guess you're a fan of superfluid vacuum theory The links on your last posts were very interesting but do raise some questions for me . Firstly doesn't a polar jet require some energy ,
like a super massive black hole , to cause the jets ?
Secondly could the dark flow be an indication of the closest edge of our universe relative to the Earth ?
Thirdly the spin of our universe could as the result of it having formed from the collapse of vast blackhole which already had spin imposing this bias on the universe that was formed ? These are only observations from a curious mind but I would be delighted to know your thoughts on these questions
'Empty' space has mass. Mass is defined as that which physically occupies three dimensional space. Particles of matter exist in, move through and displace the mass which f
Quote from: liquidspacetime on 20/10/2015 14:49:15'Empty' space has mass. Mass is defined as that which physically occupies three dimensional space. Particles of matter exist in, move through and displace the mass which f''containing nothing; not filled or occupied.'' empty space has no mass, I am sorry you are wrong. Mass occupies space and is independent of space whether is be an asteroid or a single particle.