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Astronomy: Dark Matter — Part I
(Invisible Matter, Cold Matter, Expanding Matter or Pushing Matter)
(Continued — Page 7)

[Part II][Proof of Wave Theory][NGC 2207 and IC 2163 Galaxies]

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Matter is not static; it is an electric, perpetually-active, and mobile medium. Every energetic concentration creates wave formations (for example, galaxies), which produce shinning and dark rings. In the adjacent picture of the galaxy, we see that dark and light paths extend out of the hot energetic center . As they reach the galaxy’s periphery, the arms disappear. Every concentration of energetic space gradually disintegrates into dark space (matter) where it continues its wave-like behavior. This is the life cycle of all energetic swirls. Dark matter thus constitutes one of the steps in the cycle of life.

As such, dark matter essentially derives from the transformation of visible matter into invisible matter: a metamorphosis from a hot dense center to a diluted, rigid, and transparent formation. In other words, every formation is composed of both visible shinning matter and invisible dark matter — Schrodinger’s superposition of one matter. (Even Schrodinger himself was not aware of how ingenious his ideas were.)

The Second Law of Thermodynamics similarly postulates that every element loses heat (energy) into space. To be more precise, energy is released from a shrinking form to an expanded form (from the magnetic to the energetic loop). Material cannot simply disintegrate into invisible matter without leaving any traces of its existence. This is impossible! Every element is composed of energetic matter that enters other phase transitions. It is reasonable to assume that dark space does not just instantly transform into a solid formation, but that this process involves an amalgam of different waves that derive from various formations and times. A classic example of this is the analysis of microwave radiation from space, which deciphers the different formations that comprised ancient universes, including their ages. Everything follows its own cycle that concludes with its disintegration into space (dark space/dark matter).

In galaxies, signals that are transmitted from a particular region are immediately picked up by every other part of the galaxy. Due to the immense size of many galaxies, energetic speed (wave propagation) cannot possibly produce this instantaneous transmission. There must be an alternate means of communication. Perhaps the transmission is executed by magnetic formations. This phenomena indicates that our entire universe rotates in the form of one rigid formation whose unified integrity is maintained by dark space (dark matter).

Dark matter — like every energetic formation — is the superposition of energetic and magnetic properties. However, the details of this phenomena are very complex. These same properties can also be found during the nascent stages of the creation of energetic matter: for example, a huge swirl (black hole), which simultaneously consists of pulling and pushing properties and vigorously sustains its galaxy’s formation.

As we discussed above, released energy disperses into space. Consequently, the energy that is released enlarges the space around its formation (expansion properties). This is exactly what Einstein and the Hubble searched for.

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