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    I have produced two theses on the universe covering Galaxies and the complete universe, dark matter and dark Energy during 20019 ready for publication (with updates and corrections I am, sure!)
    I have sent these to Joao Magueilo Ph.D - Professor of Physics at the Imperial College London, South Kensington Campus London SW7 2AZ UK hoping he will take an interest in them and talk with me to help publishing these two theses.
    The broad conclusion I have reached concerning Dark Matter is: That it is the Einstein effect of extra mass associated with a speed of expansion of a galaxy away from the early beginnings of the universe at close to the speed of light. Thus Dark Matter can never actually be seen or discovered directly. However there is another effect of Einsteins theory that due to light from a star passing near to a very great mass it looks as if there are two absolutely identical stars, which cannot be true. That there is such a double identical star near to our Milky Way galaxy this above idea could be proven.
    As regards Dark Energy It is caused by Anti-Mass which has the exact opposite properties as ordinary mass ie Anti-Mass repels itse4lf and either may be neutral towards ordinary mass or would completely annilahate it leaving npthing behind not even energy. This latter case I believe is the more likely. So where is this Anti-Mass? At the extreme boundary of the Einstein space-time continuum causing it to expand at very close to the speed of light. Thus Dark Energy (or Anti-Mass) cannot be seen or discovered by any ordinary test experiments sightings etc.
    There is one other thing I have discovered ie an equation that gives the complete ordinary mass in the universe giving 1.74*10^53 kg, which is very close to the estimated mass from observations etc of 1.53*1-0-^53 kg.
    I hope that Joao Magueijo will here of this and be willing to publish with myself (both names on the documents) asap. Thankyou. Davidwoodchar


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    Sorry to have to tell you this but these professors get these unsolicited pseudoscience papers all the time. They just toss them in the trash.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Davidwoodchar View Post
    I have produced two theses on the universe covering Galaxies and the complete universe, dark matter and dark Energy during 20019 ready for publication (with updates and corrections I am, sure!)
    Your time would have been better employed learning some basic physics.

    I have sent these to Joao Magueilo Ph.D - Professor of Physics at the Imperial College London, South Kensington Campus London SW7 2AZ UK hoping he will take an interest in them and talk with me to help publishing these two theses.
    Don't hold your breath.

    The broad conclusion I have reached concerning Dark Matter is: That it is the Einstein effect of extra mass associated with a speed of expansion of a galaxy away from the early beginnings of the universe at close to the speed of light.
    So many errors in 1 sentence. Impressive.

    1. There is no extra gravitational mass associated with relative velocity.

    2. This relativistic mass depends on the speed of a galaxy relative to an onbsever. As a galaxy is not moving relative to itself, it has no extra mass that could account for dark matter.

    3. Even if this relativistic mass existed, it would not have the same mass density distribution as dark matter.

    4. Galaxies are not moving away from "the early beginnings of the universe."

    5. On a large enough scale, galaxies are moving apart from one another; the speed of separation is proportional to distance (so galaxies that are sufficiently far apart are separating at more than the speed of light). This is not relative motion so there is no relativistic mass.

    However there is another effect of Einsteins theory that due to light from a star passing near to a very great mass it looks as if there are two absolutely identical stars, which cannot be true. That there is such a double identical star near to our Milky Way galaxy this above idea could be proven.
    There are lots of examples of multiple images of galaxies being created by gravitational lensing. I don't know what connection this has to your "theory".

    As regards Dark Energy It is caused by Anti-Mass which has the exact opposite properties as ordinary mass ie Anti-Mass repels itse4lf and either may be neutral towards ordinary mass or would completely annilahate it leaving npthing behind not even energy.
    There is no such thing as "anti-mass".

    At the extreme boundary of the Einstein space-time continuum causing it to expand at very close to the speed of light.
    There is no such boundary.

    Anyway, if there were negative mass at the (non-existent) edge of the universe, why would it cause expansion to accelerate? And why would acceleration only have started relatively recently?

    Thus Dark Energy (or Anti-Mass) cannot be seen or discovered by any ordinary test experiments sightings etc.
    And yet we have observed it.


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    When I worked as a university academic, my colleagues and I got about one crackpot email a week. We brought the funniest ones to the coffee room and had a good laugh... This one would have kept us amused for a few days...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    Perhaps you can see now why your letter will have gone straight in the bin?
    But he could prove his own faster than the speed of light theory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhDemon View Post
    When I worked as a university academic, my colleagues and I got about one crackpot email a week. We brought the funniest ones to the coffee room and had a good laugh... This one would have kept us amused for a few days...
    .......And you were only working in atmospheric chemistry, a subject not famous for attracting cranks and nutcases! Imagine if it had been nuclear physics, or cosmology.

    I suppose you might have got some climate change cranks though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exchemist View Post

    I suppose you might have got some climate change cranks though.
    Oh yes!
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