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That would be the job for a real scientist not me. I am only mortal .

Quote from: Thebox on 03/11/2017 17:48:33The experiment I did was to replace the semantics of dark matter theory and to post it to see how it went down with the readers.So not an experiment at all. Just something you thought up. Something you imagined. [/quoQuote from: Kryptid on 03/11/2017 20:11:58Please demonstrate that Faraday's electromotive force can replicate the galactic rotation curve data of the galaxy //www.youtube.com/watch?v=vN004JDgo_o18 mins in, proof enough for me.

The experiment I did was to replace the semantics of dark matter theory and to post it to see how it went down with the readers.

Please demonstrate that Faraday's electromotive force can replicate the galactic rotation curve data of the galaxy

"So you can show us with math what Faraday's electromotive force predicts the velocity of the galaxy's rotation will be at 15 kiloparsecs from its center? Please do." The force of attraction is a function of cos(a) with a the phase angle. The phase angle depend of the distance and the possibility to the electrostatic force to synchronize the matter at distance.F=k*cos(a)You think like the mass exist, but there is no mass, just an attraction/repulsion. Change the distance, you change the phase angle, so the cosine and the force of attraction.

but there is no mass, just an attraction/repulsion.

//www.youtube.com/watch?v=vN004JDgo_o18 mins in, proof enough for me.

"So you can show us with math what Faraday's electromotive force predicts the velocity of the galaxy's rotation will be at 15 kiloparsecs from its center? Please do." The force of attraction is a function of cos(a) with a the phase angle. The phase angle depend of the distance and the possibility to the electrostatic force to synchronize the matter at distance.F=-k*cos(a)You think like the mass exist, but there is no mass, just an attraction/repulsion. Change the distance, you change the phase angle, so the cosine and the force of attraction.

The synchronization depends of the straight velocity. Note, for me there is a global reference of velocity, the velocity deforms the inner "particle" so measure the deformation you will have the true velocity, from 0 to c. And the true velocity will deform the capacity to be in phase, it is like you give only one part of the wave (attaction), the other part (the repulsion) diseappear more and more.I don't know where to start to verified my model but I share here, maybe one physician could be interesting.

You want maths, but the physicians invented dark matter...

...and create an artificial calculation to be true with the reality.

"So what is the predicted velocity of galactic rotation 15 kiloparsecs from its center? Show your work."The synchronization depends of the straight velocity. Note, for me there is a global reference of velocity, the velocity deforms the inner "particle" so measure the deformation you will have the true velocity, from 0 to c. And the true velocity will deform the capacity to be in phase, it is like you give only one part of the wave (attaction), the other part (the repulsion) diseappear more and more. You want maths, but the physicians invented dark matter and create an artificial calculation to be true with the reality. I don't know where to start to verified my model but I share here, maybe one physician could be interesting.And I can explain time. How the mechanics of time works.

How the mechanics of time works

Yes, I don't know if my model is correct. But it is so simple and logical compared to the curvature of spacetime, dark matter, inertia, etc. I destroy:MassDark energyDark matterDark flowFlyby anomalyCurvature of spacetimeInertiaSupermassive blackhole anomalyHorizon problemetc.I have:An absolute reference of velocityAn absolute reference of timeI don't know a lot about quantic physics but I think a lot of problem can be destroy with my theory.

Quote from: LB7 on 03/11/2017 22:52:35Yes, I don't know if my model is correct. But it is so simple and logical compared to the curvature of spacetime, dark matter, inertia, etc. I destroy:MassDark energyDark matterDark flowFlyby anomalyCurvature of spacetimeInertiaSupermassive blackhole anomalyHorizon problemetc.I have:An absolute reference of velocityAn absolute reference of timeI don't know a lot about quantic physics but I think a lot of problem can be destroy with my theory.What the f** is quantic physics?I doubt if your model is correct. It sounds like the speculation of a drunk pub scientist.

How did this thread turn into a debate about the existence of matter? Anyone who thinks matter doesn't exist must be on drugs or in need of some psychological help, SIMPLE! Matter exists or are we made of nothing? Please LB7 explain how we are here if the matter is a figment of imagination and improper science. Explain how we who are made of matter exist if it isn't real?If mass doesn't exist, nor does matter, and that matter is what everything in the visible universe is made out of and gives it form, and my theory explains how dark matter could do the same and therefore make Dark Planets a possibility.

I destroy:MassDark energyDark matterDark flowFlyby anomalyCurvature of spacetimeInertiaSupermassive blackhole anomalyHorizon problemetc.

Quote from: The Spoon on 03/11/2017 23:25:42Quote from: LB7 on 03/11/2017 22:52:35Yes, I don't know if my model is correct. But it is so simple and logical compared to the curvature of spacetime, dark matter, inertia, etc. I destroy:MassDark energyDark matterDark flowFlyby anomalyCurvature of spacetimeInertiaSupermassive blackhole anomalyHorizon problemetc.I have:An absolute reference of velocityAn absolute reference of timeI don't know a lot about quantic physics but I think a lot of problem can be destroy with my theory.What the f** is quantic physics?I doubt if your model is correct. It sounds like the speculation of a drunk pub scientist. You doubt and it sounds for you... great science )