Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Dark Element Hypothesis and Space Grain Theory

    Dark matter could be the collection of residual particles or subatomic particles that have decayed far enough to break down into their base level components. This may have occurred in the time following the big bang, leaving only the more stable combinations of subatomic particles, and still, more of this may be residual from a time in the universe before the big bang.

    Dark energy could be the residual energetic particles that are left over from the same circumstances as dark matter. This or dark energy is the gravitational or otherwise attraction between the visible universe and the dark matter that is present in the universe, and supposedly surrounds the universe after being propelled by the big bang.

     The particles could have come rom a “ big freeze / big crunch “  combination that occurred prior to the big bang. The particles having the time to break down into their smaller component parts such as subatomic particles in this time. Those that were not captured and reassembled by the singularity formed by the big crunch continued to decay in the accompanying big freeze and the time after the big bang.

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The matter that came to occupy the universe perhaps originally came from an alternate universe or an alternate dimension bound by separate laws of physics via a wormhole or other effective transport mechanism. Once here, the matter became bound by the local laws of physics and was effectively trapped.

As space-time bends, interations between these different layers or dimensions of space-time causes some areas to become enclosed. Were the space-time to bend all the way around an alternate dimension or layer of space, this enclosed area would retain it’s physical properties it held in it’s original dimension, being kept pure by the surrounding encapsulating space-time. These particles would retain their properties via some force similar to quantum entanglement, allowing them to keep the properties of the spacial dimension from which they originated.

This would be something like a realm of infinite dimensions where any two points can join and interact independently and not intersect with any other layers of space and dimension. Just as time is intertwined with space in the dimensional plane we occupy, alternate dimensions could fine space intertwined with mass, volume, charge, or attractive forces. Every dimension could be different, where space and charge are synonymous a space-charge dimension, even allowing the mixing of multiple dimensions, such as space-charge-volume, where space itself occupies a volume and has a charge.

The particles created by the encapsulating space-time would be displaced randomly throughout universes randomly like sediment in a river, eventually becoming common enough and mixed enough to explain the happenstance and abundance of particles and the pieces that compose them. Space-repulsion, where space repels itself was perhaps an dimension that was easy to create particles from, making them more abundant, being found in both sides of a magnetic-charge grain, only to be dominated by the attractions between the opposing magnetic-charge grains of space-elements.

In a dimension of space without time, all things synonymous with space are stagnant. Only when they breech into a dimension where space and time are intertwined do they began to have motions and life spans. This could explain why our universe is so empty because everything that enters into it now has a finite lifespan that can only be extended under special circumstances like becoming part of a singularity. Being part of a singularity could average the lifespans of all of the particles trapped inside of it by reshaping the compounds composed of such particles and redistributing the residual energy of the particles evenly.

Mass could stem from a space-attraction dimension, where the space-attraction is very attracted to itself. This would be displaced by the dimensional encapsulation by space-time. The interaction between the space-attraction grains would account for the force of gravity and the fondness between the two more so massive particles, the proton and neutron, usually found together.

I am not fluent in all of the forces that stem from particles, but an electron could perhaps be composed of space-repulsion grains, space-charge negative grains, some space-attraction grains giving it it’s little mass. These grains would be attracted to each other much like chemical elements are, forming their own stable combinations with each other naturally, while straying from the imbalanced and unstable varieties.