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Message 8453 - Posted: 26 Jun 2009, 6:55:43 UTC

Worm holes form just inside the event horizon of super massive block holes, they extend toward the outer rim of our galaxy and deposit small amounts dark matter. Space time is then compressed toward open space outside of our galaxy in turn slightly pushing it away from other galaxies, (but not in our local group where gravity is dominate). Matter is turned into dark energy and ejected from these wormholes on the outer rim. I wonder if:

dark energy = space time

if true than some matter is transformed into space time inside super massive black holes. This is why the detection of dark energy may never happen and also explains the overall expansion of space.



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Message 8455 - Posted: 29 Jun 2009, 6:49:45 UTC - in response to Message 8453.  

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Message 8456 - Posted: 29 Jun 2009, 20:52:04 UTC

Where did you get this information from ? ? ! !
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Message 8488 - Posted: 19 Jul 2009, 5:44:48 UTC - in response to Message 8453.  

Worm holes form just inside the event horizon of super massive block holes, they extend toward the outer rim of our galaxy and deposit small amounts dark matter. Space time is then compressed toward open space outside of our galaxy in turn slightly pushing it away from other galaxies, (but not in our local group where gravity is dominate). Matter is turned into dark energy and ejected from these wormholes on the outer rim. I wonder if:

dark energy = space time

if true than some matter is transformed into space time inside super massive black holes. This is why the detection of dark energy may never happen and also explains the overall expansion of space.



It is a very interesting hypothesis, about what (wormholes or dark matter) I'm not sure but like earlier posts I'd like to know how you came to your conclusions. What arguments or evidence or references do you have to back up your statement. Without something you're just another crackpot who can't be taken seriously and deservedly be ignored.
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Message 8787 - Posted: 24 Dec 2009, 5:50:35 UTC
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I think most galaxies have a supermassive black-hole in their center as ours does. Is the gravity great enough to cause the shape and rotation of the Milky Way and others?

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Black-Holes-Shape-Galaxies-69929.shtml

Im no math whiz or astronomer, but I'm glad to be able to help!
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Message 8791 - Posted: 26 Dec 2009, 22:38:50 UTC - in response to Message 8787.  

Was this a new necromancer record for this project?
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Message 9781 - Posted: 31 Dec 2011, 1:25:19 UTC - in response to Message 8453.  

Dark energy might be something we will not be able to prove anytime soon. Dark energy might be something we just have no concept of, a form of energy different than anything else we have encountered or are aware of. And if quantum physics' quantum entanglement theory is indeed also applicable to the land of the large objects as well, could it be possible that ,on account that the multiverse theory is also true, that two universes could become entangled and thus affect each other simultaneously??? If universes do sit side by side, would that entanglement be then interpreted as multiple dimensions? Quantum entanglement might be the answer to our time travel problem. multiple dimensional traveling. Just letting my mind wander outside of the boundaries a bit....
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