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Friday, April 3, 2015

A Dark Age: An Age of Dark Matter and Dark Energy


The mainstream science community is STILL looking for dark matter and dark energy.  One does not even need to go down the scientific logical argument to point out what the matter is, one simply needs to step back from the problem and provide focus for resolution.

Like a camera fighting for focus, our minds, our intelligence fights to grasp an interpretation of the data that is coming to us through our senses.  What about the data coming to us that is not detectable by our five known senses?

How often have you found yourself in a less than optimum situation?  Do you think we think you intentionally chose to put yourself in that situation?  

Who do you look to?  One looks to who? You who?  

So, simply, a worldview change is required, a priori, even before attempting to discuss physics and science and logic.

Are you willing to discuss worldviews?  I mean, are you truly willing?  Before answering, let's find out what a worldview is and compare 2 different world views.

One worldview is our present scientific worldview - it is a disconnected worldview analyzed using isolated systems and Cartesian thinking.  

A second world view is a connected world view represented quite artistically here with this little video preview:



A worldview is a perspective, and from a balanced perspective, one can see there are many possible worldviews, many possible perspectives.

  1. A comprehensive world view (or worldview) is the fundamental cognitive orientation of an individual or society encompassing the entirety of the individual or society's knowledge and point of view.
 So, tell me, are you really willing do discuss worldviews?  Do you really want to... make my day?
Counting comes in handy, 5 or 6?

I forgot to mention, Elizabeth Rauscher and Nassim Haramein already explained the dark matter and dark energy in their 2004 paper:

The Origin of Spin: A Consideration of Torque and Coriolis Forces in Einstein’s Field Equations and Grand Unification Theory

Haramein, N., and Rauscher, E. A. (2005). The origin of spin: A consideration of torque and coriolis forces in Einstein’s field equations and grand unification theory. Beyond The Standard Model: Searching for Unity in Physics, 1, 153-168.

Considering that Rauscher-Haramein approach has resolved quite a few problems with an intuitive method as we are finding out here in this blog (we solved black hole mass.radius relationship and soon will be deriving the mass.radius relationship of the proton that predicts the 2010 and 2013 muonic measurements).

It is this paper that is behind the scenes making it possible to simply solve for the answers to these problems such as the black holes and the protons and more.  We will be walking through each one, step by step, proton radius problem first, then step by step as many of the unsolved physics problems as possible will be solved.


The Surfer, OM-IV