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I was told that my dark energy theory was quite legit in the past however there is just one part of this theory that does not make sense to me and that is what happened to the energy contained in the gravity waves? Does that energy escape the black hole's grasp and travel forever into nothingness?Is there even energy contained in gravity waves at all or is it just a consequence of geometry.I do think it's important enough to look into.what do you think.
the gravity wave strength would be less then 1% of the entire big bangs energy combined
you say that only 4% of the mega black hole's energy came out in mass and photons, No doubt those numbers represent the estimated normal mass vs dark mass in the universe based on observations of dark matter and dark energy.But I think that the gravitational waves which gave rise to dark energy and dark matter could not possibly contain 96% of the big bang's energy.During the big bank all mass in the universe was converted into energy all at one time. Each particle contains mass and in each particle's mass there is energy, a lot of energy but the strength of each particle's gravitational field is very weak in comparison. The strength of the gravitational waves would have to be far less then the energy contained in the photonic explosion it self because the gravitational wave strength is dependent on the energy contained as mass in each particle.Imagine if you took a particle, lets say a proton... This proton has mass and a tiny gravitational field, if I suddenly convert this proton into energy then energy will be released in the form of electromagnetic waves and also in tiny gravitational waves as well. But the gravitational waves created by this process would be so small and weak that you could not measure them. But you could measure the electromagnetic energy emitted by the process to be very large and powerful. the same ratio of gravity waves and electromagnetic waves is emitted by the big bang as you are really just converting countless protons neurons and electrons into energy which would give you the same ratio of electromagnetic waves vs gravitational wavesThere is no possible way that the gravitational waves created by the big bang contains more energy then the big bang it self, the gravity wave strength would be less then 1% of the entire big bangs energy combined not no dang 96% that answer was created because of the lack of explanation as to how galaxies were spinning so fast now that gravity waves are known to be responsible then the amount of mass in the universe is as much as it appears, no need for shadowy mass called dark matter.
But this new theory about the nature of dark matter does not seem to account for the finding of gravitational lensing studies, which suggest that dark matter clusters around visible galaxies. I expect that gravitational waves would continue propagating away from galaxies, instead of being gravitationally bound to individual galaxies or clusters of galaxies.See: ...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
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