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    I have a possible alternative to dark matter that I'd like to propose, and I don't always go posting crazy "theories" here, so let's be scientific about this and not bash it to pieces, ok people? So here it is... As distance decreases, the forces begin to unify. This is evident in the idea of the 'electroweak' force, a combination of the electromagnetic and weak forces. So, this being true, it is obvious that as distance increases, forces divide, and we have more of them. Basically the reason why we're looking for dark matter of some sort is because it would provide the mass needed to account for the additional gravitational forces between two celestial objects that can't be a result of just their mass. So, what I'm proposing, is that instead of dark matter (which has yet to be discovered), at the great cosmological distances between galaxies and such, the gravitational force splits, into what we now know as the gravitational force and into another force, which at greater distances is stronger than the gravitational force we know, and thus would offer an explaination explaining the greater attraction that it seems there should be between two celestial objects. Comments and/or questions?


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    Liiiiiife is too short to be poiiiiiintless.

    A poooiiiiiiiint usually is tiiiiiiny............but imagine what we can aaaaaaaachiiiiiieve.........riiiiiight?

    Go for a theory that states what a p-p-p-p-oint..............oi-oi-oi-nt is.

    lo-lo-lo-lovely laaaaady streamSystems has a n-n-n-nice crack at that one.........


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    Quote Originally Posted by maxHeadroom
    Liiiiiife is too short to be poiiiiiintless.

    A poooiiiiiiiint usually is tiiiiiiny............but imagine what we can aaaaaaaachiiiiiieve.........riiiiiight?

    Go for a theory that states what a p-p-p-p-oint..............oi-oi-oi-nt is.

    lo-lo-lo-lovely laaaaady streamSystems has a n-n-n-nice crack at that one.........
    Are you high? ^^

    Chemboy, what would you call this force? It's like a second gravitational force, right. Could this: The First Test That Proves General Theory of Relativity Wrong explain something? Gravitomagnetism? Sorry for my lack of understanding within physics, but you did ask for questions
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    If you don't mind, why don't you look at this little summation i did of quantum fusion as I call it, perhaps that word is taken, I don't know.

    http://www.thescienceforum.com/Quantum-Fusion-8014t.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    Quote Originally Posted by maxHeadroom
    Liiiiiife is too short to be poiiiiiintless.

    A poooiiiiiiiint usually is tiiiiiiny............but imagine what we can aaaaaaaachiiiiiieve.........riiiiiight?

    Go for a theory that states what a p-p-p-p-oint..............oi-oi-oi-nt is.

    lo-lo-lo-lovely laaaaady streamSystems has a n-n-n-nice crack at that one.........
    Are you high? ^^

    Chemboy, what would you call this force? It's like a second gravitational force, right. Could this: The First Test That Proves General Theory of Relativity Wrong explain something? Gravitomagnetism? Sorry for my lack of understanding within physics, but you did ask for questions
    That was very interesting...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chemboy
    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    Quote Originally Posted by maxHeadroom
    Liiiiiife is too short to be poiiiiiintless.

    A poooiiiiiiiint usually is tiiiiiiny............but imagine what we can aaaaaaaachiiiiiieve.........riiiiiight?

    Go for a theory that states what a p-p-p-p-oint..............oi-oi-oi-nt is.

    lo-lo-lo-lovely laaaaady streamSystems has a n-n-n-nice crack at that one.........
    Are you high? ^^

    Chemboy, what would you call this force? It's like a second gravitational force, right. Could this: The First Test That Proves General Theory of Relativity Wrong explain something? Gravitomagnetism? Sorry for my lack of understanding within physics, but you did ask for questions
    That was very interesting...
    What was? You're not bullying me, are you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeavingQuietly
    If you don't mind, why don't you look at this little summation i did of quantum fusion as I call it, perhaps that word is taken, I don't know.

    http://www.thescienceforum.com/Quantum-Fusion-8014t.php
    Ok, I give up. I think physics is perhaps to complicated for me^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    Quote Originally Posted by LeavingQuietly
    If you don't mind, why don't you look at this little summation i did of quantum fusion as I call it, perhaps that word is taken, I don't know.

    http://www.thescienceforum.com/Quantum-Fusion-8014t.php
    Ok, I give up. I think physics is perhaps to complicated for me^^
    Perhaps you can point out to me exactly what was complicated :-D .
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeavingQuietly
    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    Quote Originally Posted by LeavingQuietly
    If you don't mind, why don't you look at this little summation i did of quantum fusion as I call it, perhaps that word is taken, I don't know.

    http://www.thescienceforum.com/Quantum-Fusion-8014t.php
    Ok, I give up. I think physics is perhaps to complicated for me^^
    Perhaps you can point out to me exactly what was complicated :-D .
    I tried finding out what flux was. Then I had to find out a bunch of other things (I was using wiki).

    And I didn't know photons could split...

    And I'm a little confused about the new force Chemboy was talking about... :/

    Maybe I just don't understand anything at all for that matter ^^
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    The "inverse square law" was a bit confusing as well :S

    I'm just going to go on wikipedia and learn Quantum Mechanics... ^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    The "inverse square law" was a bit confusing as well :S

    I'm just going to go on wikipedia and learn Quantum Mechanics... ^^
    Yes, and make sure you inhale the sweet beneficial fact that reality contains.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeavingQuietly
    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    The "inverse square law" was a bit confusing as well :S

    I'm just going to go on wikipedia and learn Quantum Mechanics... ^^
    Yes, and make sure you inhale the sweet beneficial fact that reality contains.
    I will ^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    What was? You're not bullying me, are you?
    The article was interesting. Where in the world are you getting that I'm bullying you, because I'm most definitely not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chemboy
    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    What was? You're not bullying me, are you?
    The article was interesting. Where in the world are you getting that I'm bullying you, because I'm most definitely not.
    I'm sorry

    I guess I'm a bit paranoid when I get into things I'm a bit unsure of...

    *Obviously slaps himself in the face realizing what a fool he's making out of himself*
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    I was also wondering in this topic:

    http://www.thescienceforum.com/Gener...rong-8028t.php

    what kind of impact this -here- had on the General Theroy of Relativity...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    I was also wondering in this topic:

    http://www.thescienceforum.com/Gener...rong-8028t.php

    what kind of impact this -here- had on the General Theroy of Relativity...
    You would think that it would effect neutron stars. Or?
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    If I pulled my paaaaants down and showed you a "black-hole"..........is that "bulllllying"?

    Is not physics at a "pants-down" stage in talking about black hoooo-hooooles?

    I feel bullied.

    Don't you.

    ........when physics has the hi-hi-hi-daA to do that to me.

    At least faith had the decency to call it a "bottomless pit"...........no bum included.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxHeadroom
    If I pulled my paaaaants down and showed you a "black-hole"..........is that "bulllllying"?

    Is not physics at a "pants-down" stage in talking about black hoooo-hooooles?

    I feel bullied.

    Don't you.

    ........when physics has the hi-hi-hi-daA to do that to me.

    At least faith had the decency to call it a "bottomless pit"...........no bum included.
    Please stop making such posts, they're not helpful and I really don't appreciate them. Thank you in advance, as I'm sure you'll obey my wishes out of simple respect for another fellow human being.
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