I presented this at the end of the new Hypotheses and Ideas string but I figured it may get more attention and responses if I put it as a seperate topic .
This is not something I have shared before but was interested in presenting it in these forums while still owning the idea as my own. So this is saying, this is the first I have heard this explanation of the behavior of dark matter/dark energy. I'm very interested in hearing what experts and others say on this.
Since I am not qualtified to present any sort of theory and have no skill in developing a theory. This is just a picture I came to in my mind that I thought was an interesting eplanation of the universe expanding. Also it adds the idea that perhaps the amount of matter in the universe is increasing as dark matter.
Basically my understanding is the experts say there needs to be much more matter than we can see in order for the math to be correct ie dark matter. Second the universe is expanding, so you get dark energy opposing gravity and when distances are great enough over powers gravity.
So here is my thought; what if Dark Matter is simply pouring into this universe from another dimension or dimensions all over the universe constantly. This would mean there is no dark energy but dark matter does exist. What causes this entrance of dark matter into our universe from another dimension or place I would leave to figure out if the first concept holds any merit. Since I dont know enough about the math or details of what is considered likely in relation to dark matter and dark energy I would hesitate to build on this concept by proposing what is causing the dark matter to be pouring in.
I will stick with just suggesting that what appears to be the behavior of dark energy is not energy but the dark matter filling up our universe by entering everywhere constantly. When the distance's are close enough gravity causes matter we are aware of to clump together. Where common matter is more distance the dark matter filling space causes the matter we are aware of to be pushed out of the way. If this were the case would that require dark matter to be uneffected or effected differently by gravity.
I would think determining if and how gravity should be expected to affect the dark matter entering our universe would need to be determined and maybe that would help in disproving this concept.
Anyway like I say I'm very interested in what I can learn about the theories of dark matter, dark energy, gravity and physics in general by throwing this out there.
Of course if this idea is taken and run with then I want be able to say hey I thought of that so I dated it.
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