By Maria Anna van Driel, www.nextttruth.com
For almost 97 years scientists are trying to unravel the mystery of Dark Matter and its partner in crime, Dark energy since 1998. None has a clue so far of how to answer the questions; what is it and how and why are we interacting with these invisible behaviors within our hot cosmic freezer.
Everywhere we look we see transitions being made. Water freezes, melts, or boils; chemical bonds break and form to make new substances out of different arrangements of atoms. Our universe went through major transitions in early times. New particles were created and destroyed continually until things cooled enough to let them survive. Those particles include ones we know about, such as the Higgs boson or the top quark. Meaning that eventually the density becomes so low that interactions become infrequent, and the particles freeze out. But this early universe could also include dark matter, invisible particles which we presently know only because of their gravitational effects. In cosmic terms, dark matter particles could be a “thermal relic,” forged in the hot early universe and then left behind during the transitions to more moderate later eras.
There is absolutely no doubt about it that you have heard of General relativity which is a theory of gravitation that was developed by Albert Einstein between 1907 and 1915. But have you ever heard of ‘the father of dark matter’ Swiss astronomer and physicist Fritz Zwicky? During his life (1898-1974) Zwicky made valuable contributions to the physics of the solid state, gaseous ionization, and thermodynamics but soon turned to the study of supernovas, novas, and cosmic rays. And even Zwicky had discovered the existence of dark matter in 1933, he was banned from using the Palma telescope at the age of 70 due his outspoken opinion what was seen as a bad temper. Scientists are trying to put this galactic Sudoku puzzle of dark matter and dark energy together ever since.
So, fasten your seatbelts, keep your finger on the button of your high-speed camera and get ready to gaze into the dark heart of our galaxy. You are about to explore the central question of a puzzling phenomenon no one knows the answer to. You are about to take a tour through the universe which gets weirder, stranger, more shocking along the road and, maybe even spookier than you expected.
If you look at the universe of only 5% matter and 70% of dark energy then what the h*ll is this 25% of the universe we call dark matter? There has to be ‘something’ what creates a fine-tuned balance between the energy of motion (kinetic energy) and gravitational attraction (potential energy) for the universe not to collapse or explode in an instant. Imagine a lamp in the living room hanging from the ceiling. If you look closely but from the right distance, you can, with the naked eye and when UV-light is hitting the lamp with the right angle, see the effect of the electrons being knocked out of their orbits by the density of the lamp. This effect, what can be observed as ‘rising heat’ is what makes us see the outlines of the lamp…right? Let’s call this rising heat dark energy and what lies just behind the visible out-lines of the lamp, dark matter.
But before we can see the proof of what is laying just behind the lamp’s density (dark matter) in its existence, its signal has to be detected first. A new experiment that has a very high probability in providing a clearer picture of what dark matter and dark energy is bears the name ALPS II (DESY) but let us not forget CERN’s Axion Solar Telescope (CAST) or the XENON experiment operated at the Italian Gran Sasso National Laboratory. These experiments are, to many, better known as “Light-through-the-wall”.
“The idea behind the “Light-through-the-wall” experiment is to calculate and proof that there is an Axion-like particle that can travel through the wall and transform back to photon”, DESY’s press officer Dr. Zoufal says during a tour. “When we can see this happening, we know that there has to be something different to photon on the other side of the wall at a special wave-length.”
When two photons see, or meet, each other they sometimes overreact with excitement and split themselves into an electron and positron pair which scientists call ‘virtual particles’.
But in order for the tiered light particles, which are both chargeless and massless, to interact with one another they must go through a quantum mechanical loophole. (Quantum loop) They have no way to bounce off of each other without some kind of help.
However, when the EM-fields of two lead ions swoosh through one another and high-energy photons have the opportunity to ‘absorb’ this ‘energy’, as well as from the free electrons, it can so to speak, generate its own energy while speeding up its momentum between the mirrors. At one point a photon has absorb that much, it will be in need of releasing this energy. This releasing of energy could be observed as a small explosion. Now this might sound a little bit funny but let’s say we have 20 of these charged light bulbs (photons) of which only 1 gained the needed mass, due a nuclear magnetic spin, to convert into an Axion-like particle. The remaining 19 are likely to burst showing an X-ray scattering when the conditions are not perfect enough for them to be converted into an Axion-like particle. Nevertheless, these empty photons or ‘tiered light’ do have an important task to fulfill…making this 5% of matter visible when merging with the correct host.
Although we tend to think that nature thinks-up the most complex systems, nature is far from being complex and, strange as it might sound, so is the behavior of the universe. Like water always chooses the path of the least resistance to travel from A to B, converting the charged photon into the hypothetical Axion seems to be perfect for transporting this light, disturbing or bending the NM (R) energy as well as making some yet unknown particles ‘slower’ by using its mass both in a controlled manner. Somehow it has to be otherwise we could never have known about the 5% in the first place. Still, this is not the signal where scientists are looking for but it is a nice start to look for where it is not. In this you can think of a straw in a glass of water. Also, this signal, what can be measured, does not particularly have to lay in the missing (zero) mass or energy, after it has ‘plopped’ back to its original state.
Our 19 light bulbs becoming almost empty or being ‘tired light, in particle physics known as the electromagnetic force, is not entirely a farfetched idea. In 1929 the Swiss astrophysicist Fritz Zwicky already proposed that photons gradually give up their energy to the intergalactic matter through which they travel, through a process analogous to Compton scattering (a collision between a photon and a charged particle, often an electron, in which the photon loses a substantial fraction of its energy), leading to a progressive reddening of the light. To make it all a little bit weirder. This tired light, having zero mass, does not hover aimlessly through the universe. It is likely to assume that these photons are searching for ‘something’ what turns them into visible light and change their momentum and thus yields a force whereby this light is able of ‘physically’ interacting with matter like you and me. Maybe we should not sweep the idea of 1, or maybe 2, of our 20 photons is repeating the process of speeding up, generating more energy and mass, and become a hypothetical Axion again, immediately under the carpet. As well as the remaining photons are lighting up some parts of the universe as they are searching for a host that only interacts via gravity and not carrying any charge after they plop into the state of being ‘tiered light’; the sterile Neutrino. And in an instant this ‘nothing’ or ‘sterility’ with the new flavored Neutrino becomes not nothing at all. Could we refer to the Sterile Neutrino-Photon flavor as the first steps towards dark energy which in turn is ‘covering-up’ the rare photon-photon colliding? May we think, with some caution, of the Photon-Neutrino flavor, swirling, as in murmuration, through an EM-field, is dark matter?
But wait, let me insert the ‘spooky factor’ to it all by looking back to my article “EVPs: are we really talking with the other side?” in where I spoke about how crystals can be triggered by EM-vibrations, LED-light, pressure and the change in temperature.
“Not only EM-vibrations can trigger the crystals inside a digital recorder. A piezo-electrical effect created by a light source as e.g. LED is also a potential candidate for creating crazy vibrations in crystals which the devices (holding these crystals) can translate into intelligible words or short sentences by for example converting light, sound, direct temperature differences, or mechanical pressure into electrical signals. (Most plastic dolls are made from rubber polymers like silicone or vinyl which are solid rubber polymers and do contain crystals, crystal which are being triggered by temperature due the material that surrounds them.)”
Since the universe contains plenty of carbon, this ‘tiered’ EM-light what has neither found a host nor is able to convert into an Axion, could easily address the carbon and creating (elastic) crystals in a similar manner as schist is being created in Limestone, which in turn is releasing a ‘special wave-length’ possessing potential energy. A process as such sounds logic due its simplicity and might have the prospect of being one of the two candidates for the signal (acoustic shadow) what proofs the existence of this mysterious dark matter what seem to be present in our hot cosmic freezer.
Both dark energy, created by EM-photons and sterile Neutrino’s, and a special wave-length, spawn from ordinary carbon, containing a frequency or vibration being that high or that low it just looks like ‘nothing’ but is actually moving on the borders of the electromagnetic spectrum. (Extreme Ultraviolet Radiation) And by behaving as so, it instantly becomes invisible for modern scientific measurement equipment like the MiniBooNe.
With this being said, this yet undetected signal could also lie in the sterile Neutrino absorbing an EM-photon within a rotating lorentz force containing the perfect conditions and thus distance. Inside this ‘tunnel’ the acoustic shadows (the area in where sound-waves fail to propagate), from the moment the photon plops to the Axion, could be trapped inside the gravity (rotation) of a standing wave which is then established by means of the special wave length entering the right area of the rotating Lorentz force with a perfect angle. Indeed, this is a tremendous small window of time, almost looking for a needle in a haystack, but with a highly sensitive measurement device this signal can be made visible.
All in all, it is a plausible direction to look in while considering the idea that, in the end, the special wave-length can be responsible for making the 5% of the matter in the universe, which includes you and me, visible by hitting the surface of the electrical density of the non-exited particles, or at least extremely low charged, with a right angle whereby the acoustic shadow is not only the signal but also is creating a visible 3D+ effect in our hot cosmic freezer.
Is my hypothesis an impossible one or can it lead to the understanding of the quantum-mechanical square dance of relic Dark Matter? Well, if nature is allowing it, why not.