# Dark matter explanation

• February 10th, 2014, 09:13 AM
Anubodh
Dark matter explanation
DARK MATTER EXPLANATION
Before starting with my theory,here’s the basis of my theory
Considering 4 dimensional space-time as 2 dimensional space-time for easier understanding.
Acc. To general relativity Time is considered as the 4th dimension.
As time runs slowly near a body,the space near the 1 dimensional body (corresponding to 3rd dimension in our universe) moves less forward in time than the space far away.This makes the curvature of space along 2nd dimension (corresponding to 4th dimension of time in our universe) to increase as we move forwards in time as shown in figure.Increase in curvature increases the potential energy of space which tries to regain it's shape.The slowing of time is therefore nothing but the increase in the curvature of space.
EXAMPLE FOR BETTER UNDERSTANDING
DARK MATTER ON LARGE SCALE
Consider 2 bodies of same mass (m1 and m2 for identification) near and far from an external gravitational source such that 1 second on m1 equals to 5 second on m2.From the above specified principle,curvature of space (along time dimension) by a body increases with time,so the curvature of space by two bodies of same mass will increase by same amount in same amount of time.Now,since time for m2 runs 5 times faster than m1,therefore,it's curvature of space will increase 5 times faster as more time is available for increasing the curvature(as 5 seconds for m2 =1 second for m1).Look at the figure for better understanding.
This is the reason for more gravity near the edges of galaxies as matter near the edge of galaxy faces less gravitational attraction,so it's time runs faster and
therefore increase in gravity (curvature of space) with time is more.
This does not mean that gravity would increase forever.It will increase depending on how much potential energy can the space accommodate.
• February 10th, 2014, 10:02 AM
Strange
Gravitation is described by general relativity (the same theory you appear to be invoking to say "time runs slowly near a body"). General Relativity predicts no such effects as you claim.

Conclusion: you need to understand what GR actually says instead of making stuff up.
• February 11th, 2014, 08:22 AM
Markus Hanke
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• February 11th, 2014, 08:23 AM
Markus Hanke
Strange, or you getting my PMs ? If not, how can I make contact with you non-publicly ?