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  1. #1 Cosmological Constant-Omitting Dark matter 
    The Doctor Quantime's Avatar
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    Dark matter, exotic matter- super matter, green matter DOESN'T MATTER. All these new names for matter we can't see-all scientists of today seem to keep doing is inventing some new form of matter to explain their theories, for example dark matter-the cosmoligical constant exists because there is a lot of matter we cannot see, mesure or even possilby ever create-so why do scientists stick with it? Indeed dark matter, exotic matter etc may exist, but it's obvious that if they do that they exist in some dimension we can't see, take streamsystems idea for instance, more time dimensions-could explain it and why it exists, even manipulate it, so why don't scientists think of it? Career suicide you say? Well Einstein went out on Special Relativity and thanks to his teacher Hermann Minkowski for aiding the idea to the public given HIS reputation, then that theory would have remained in obscurity and hence the geometrical representation of spacetime would not have developed either, setting us decades back in terms of development. So back to the point if the cosmological constant exists due to dark matter at such a high level, maybe scientists should look more at what existing matter can do and why the cosmological constant value is so high due to matter we have now.

    PS Quantum mechanics focuses on the smallest time and energy scales, perhaps that is why it is so small, just a clue.


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    I think I am confusing the cosmological constant with Einsteins failed universal constant?


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    There is a difference?
    As is often the case with technical subjects we are presented with an unfortunate choice: an explanation that is accurate but incomprehensible, or comprehensible but wrong.
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    hello, you are the first person that I have met that thinks the same way I do.
    about a year ago I came up with the same theory.
    2 posts about it are in this forum.

    the problem with proving this theory is garvity(read my topic for more information).

    I think it is the most logical theory till now.
    how to get this thing public is another problem.

    Im very excited on finding you, since Im still haveing problems with the mathematical part of the theory (and gravity)

    regards,

    Mark


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