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The quest for Dark Matter, Topomatter and Symmetry within Maths and the Higgs Boson

Is it possible that our Mathematics is related to white (ordinary) matter/energy especially? Is there a reason outside maths that you cannot solve a quintic equation (x^5) by radicals but by group theory? As this article states, symmetry is the reason! What if dark matter is different there? What...Tags: dark matter, antimatter, topomatter, space topology matter, higgs boson, mathematics, quintic equation, galois, pi, circle number, mathematics is incomplete

Some questions about the cause of gravity

Questions: 1. Is gravity a force? 2. What do you think is the way mass is coming into existence within the quantum vacuum implying? 3. When you flip the observational plane and think about: What effect has micro gravity for the formation of planets, stars or galaxy clusters? 4. Does a magnet ...Tags: physics, ideas, einstein, general relativity, gravity, theories, discoveries, history, dark matter, gravitational waves, bicep, graviton, quantum gravity

Antimatter Thread Compilation - Discussion at Facebook - Part One

This is a copy of a post on my wall (Oliver Thewalt) at Facebook with comments.Oliver Thewalt mit John W. Rickey und 33 weiteren Personen 26. April 2013 · Saarbrücken · Michael Balmer, Quote: ”I am still amazed by the LHC (CERN) and that there is st...Tags: antimatter, higgs-boson, anti-proton, equivalence of matter and antimatter, hydrogen, higgs-field, dark matter

Antimatter Thread Compilation - Discussion at Facebook - Part four

coninued Antimatter Thread - discussion on my wall (Oliver Thewalt) at Facebook Ulla Mattfolk I am well aware that GR is incomplete... 27. Dezember 2014 um 09:53 Ulla Mattfolk Ulla Mattfolk But dark matter must be 'climpy' as it is seen in gravity? And actually antimatte...Tags: antimatter, cp-violation-anti-hydrogen, cause for gravity, einstein equivalence principle, equivalence matter antimater, higgs-field, dark matter, dirac equation, positron

Expansion of the Universe or the imaginary photon - space boundary

The universe is not expanding - the imaginary photon-space boundary is "expanding" This is why we do not observe an anti-photon: there is no anti-photon for states in Existence Let' s take an example: the current theory says this: "Photons always move at th.........

QCD - Black Hole link via Ramanujans infinity conjecture and Riemanns Zeta

Yes, this is what I thought: there is a relation between Ramanujan's infinity conjecture and Riemann's Zeta function (stability constraints for matter by distribution of zero values). Could this be the Planckian (Schwarzschild Horizon (BH-particle)) offset to energy? ...Tags: qcd, black hole, ramanujan infinity conjecture, riemann zeta, bjorken scaling, dimension, photonic mediator, quantum threshold, mond, dark matter, higgs-field, ramanujan, infinity, mathematics

Black Hole Lensing and Existence by holographic rear projection

Black Hole Lensing (BHL) and Existence (Big Bang - as a phase of existence by inducing mass) by holographic rear projection (retrojection, or "Rückprojektion"). Comments by Oliver Thewalt about the Paper: How to Recover a Qubit That Has Fallen Into a Black Hole by Aidan Chatwin-Davies, Ad.........

Big Bang, Dark Matter and Cosmic 4He: From Hydrogen Burning to the quest for nucleosynthesis

Dark Secrets About Big Bang Dark Matter TEDxHRCollege talk with Dr. Abhas Mitra Bhabha Atomic Research CentreHomi Bhabha National Institute https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqrEdpkYJdY Image Courtesy: Dr Abhas Mitra Contribution by Dr. Mitra:The Origin of Helium and the Other Light E...Tags: big bang, dark matter, abhas mitra, tedx HRcollege talk with Dr Abhas Mitra, cosmic 4he, helium4, hydrogen burning, helium burning, stellar nucleosynthesis, nucleosynthesis, 3 alpha process, cno process, cross section, hydrogen isotope, hydrogen isomer, spin ice hydrogen isomer

Five unsolved problems in Theoretical Physics by Michael Balmer

Five unsolved problems in Theoretical Physics ,there are more so i don’t want anyone to think we only have five,even of the five there is only one to discuss being more important than the others. Problem 1 :Combine General Relativity with Quantum Mechanics Problem 2:The foundations of Qua.........