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HenisDov
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Light On Dark Matter?

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Posted by Dov Henis, Sep. 4, 2008
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http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id...3#comment_36186
"Two galaxy clusters collide to give astronomers a clue about dark matter"


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(Submitted 2 Nov 2007 to www.submit2science.org.), and
in
http://www.nature.com/news/2007/071102/ful...s.2007.215.html


The Bullet Collision: Light On Dark Matter?

A. Back to the colliding Bullet cluster of galaxies http://sciencenow.sciencemag.org/cgi/conte...ull/2007/1031/1 The argument continues...

B. Back to a note a year ago Direct proof of dark matter? http://www.nasa.gov/home/hqnews/2006/aug/H...ark_Matter.html

Notes 28 Aug 2006

http://blog.360.yahoo.com/blog-P81pQcU1dLB..._Q--?cq=1&p=268

Without background knowledge about the subject, but with plain common sense, best scientific approach, this is what I "see" in and conclude from the processed image of the event:

- In order to collide the two clusters (moving in the same spatial course/direction due to universal expansion) must have been moving at different moving rates due to differing cluster's mass and therefore acceleration values.

- As the collision progresses the two (most probably) hydrogenous clusters' atmospheres press against each other.

- what we "see" is that each of the two separate clusters' atmospheres is deformed and displaced, in extent and in shape and characteristics depending on the size of its parent cluster and on the characteristics of its H atmosphere and on the events of the evolution of the 'go-through merger' of the clusters.

- If E of the Universe = the sum of all spatial values of m(1+D), where D is the Distance of m from Big Bang point and the sum is of all spatial values of D from D=0 to D=selected value, then, following Newton (1) gravity is decreased when mass is decreased and (2) acceleration of a body is given by dividing the force acting upon it by its mass. By plain common sense the combination of those two 'laws' may explain the accelerating cosmic expansion of galaxy clusters and the 'laws' that drive it, based on the above E/ m/ D relationship...and may explain the Bullet collision...

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Has ‘dark matter’ really been proven?
Clarifying the clamour of claims from colliding clusters
by John Hartnett

8 September 2006

Let’s be clear here: “dark matter” is not an explanation for what we see; it’s an admission that no one has an explanation. Perhaps a more accurate headline would have been, ‘Scientists have proved that they haven’t got a clue what the universe is made of’, rather than, ‘Dark matter revealed’.6 Because it isn’t revealed. But if you give a name to an admission of gross ignorance—‘dark matter’, ‘dark energy’—then you may eventually believe you have explained something!
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Galaxy Clusters Evolved By Dispersion, Not By Conglomeration

I. From "Cosmic heavyweight"

http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id...mic_heavyweight

"Astronomers discover the heftiest, most distant galaxy cluster, suggesting evidence for dark energy's existence."

"Dark energy is an unexplained force that accelerates the expansion of the universe. Without this force, Lamer says, nearby clusters should be much more massive than those that are billions of light-years away. Distant clusters, he says, should be less massive because they had less time to conglomerate."


II. Galaxy Clusters Evolved By Dispersion, Not By Accretion

A. Compact Galaxies In Early Universe Pack A Big Punch

http://www.physorg.com/news128692030.html


Again, repeating an old posting of mine:

"Singularity, max density, and D-Infinity, max expansion/ cosmic energy dilution, are the two cosmic stable states. Their in-between is a metastable state, which is an everyday commonsense observation. Likewise is the observation that the denser the compacting goal of material the more energy is required, and vice versa the more thorough the disintegration of material the higher the amount of energy released. It seems that E=mC^2 is a specific case of the cosmic (and universal) process
E=Total[m(1 + D)] where D is the Distance from Big Bang point and the sum is of all spatial values of D from D=0 to D=selected value.

BTW, following Newton (1) gravity is decreased when mass is decreased and (2) acceleration of a body is given by dividing the force acting upon it by its mass. By plain common sense, best scientific approach, the combination of those two 'laws' may explain the accelerating cosmic expansion of galaxy clusters, based on the above E/ m/ D suggested relationship. "

Thus the young "condensed galaxies" are, in fact, what later evolved into galactic clusters.


B. Galaxy Clusters Evolved By Dispersion, Not By Buildup

http://www.physforum.com/index.php?showtop...10&#entry337638

1. Genesis

http://blog.360.yahoo.com/blog-P81pQcU1dLB..._Q--?cq=1&p=268

Extrapolation of the expansion of the universe backwards in time to the early hot dense "Big Bang" phase, using general relativity, yields an infinite density and temperature at a finite time in the past.

At age 10^-35 seconds the Universe begins with a cataclysm that generates space and time, as well as all the matter and energy the Universe will ever hold.


2. How have galaxy clusters evolved

http://herschel.jpl.nasa.gov/galaxies.shtml

"Among the stranger objects that appear to have populated the early universe are active galactic nuclei (AGNs)."

3. http://imagine.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/features.../evolution.html

"How did the Universe evolve after the Big Bang?" and "How did galaxies form?" These are big questions, and they are not easy to answer: after all, these things occurred billions of years ago. Galaxy clusters provide one window into the very early Universe. They are the largest gravitationally bound objects in the Universe, and the properties of clusters can be used to place strong limits on cosmological theories of structure formation and evolution.

4. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/...80331122543.htm

The process of galaxy formation largely is a mystery. Current theory is that large galaxies formed over time from the interaction and merging of smaller galaxies. This process began more than 12 billion years ago, shortly after the Big Bang. Scientists have observed galaxies merging over a large range of distances and time, providing hard evidence to reinforce the theory. However, using current technology, it is difficult to detect this process at the most extreme distances, when galaxy formation was in its infancy.

Scientists believe galaxy clusters form in a similar manner. As galaxies congregate and interact in large, dense regions of space, the cluster grows with time. Witnessing this process first-hand helps scientists confirm their theory and deepen their understanding of the universe. Galaxy clusters can be detected at extreme distances with current technology because they are bright, but they are difficult to find.


C. I suggest: Galaxy Clusters Evolved By Dispersion Of "Condensed Packs",

not by accretion of smaller matter. The dispersion/breakdown of the "condensed packs"
followed the relationship E=Total[m(1 + D)] , i.e. it was accompanied by an overall decrease of mass. Accretion possibly and probably took place, too, in this and in other cosmic evolutions within and between clusters, but the primal GC evolved as D, dispersion, increased accompanied by m decreased.


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Posted: Sep 10 2008, 03:25 AM


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Dark Energy And Matter And The Emperor's New Clothes


A. From "Cosmic heavyweight"

http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id...mic_heavyweight

"Astronomers discover the heftiest, most distant galaxy cluster, suggesting evidence for dark energy's existence."

"Dark energy is an unexplained force that accelerates the expansion of the universe. Without this force, Lamer says, nearby clusters should be much more massive than those that are billions of light-years away. Distant clusters, he says, should be less massive because they had less time to conglomerate."


B. Reflection of a commonsensible primitive mind

For a commonsensible primitive mind with a commonsensible universe E=Total[m(1 + D)] concept:

- The emperor does not have any clothes. There is no dark energy, and therefore there is no dark matter.

- The relationship between the physics of "Galaxy Clusters" and the physics of "Within Clusters" is like the relationship between classical physics and quantum physics. Galaxy Clusters are the universe's historical, and current, E-m conversion entities.

- In the standard model of cosmology dark energy currently accounts for 73% of the total mass-energy of the universe. However, bearing in the primitive commonsense mind that mass-energy is a single two-appearances entity, and that the value of E of the universe is constant, something is strange in the 73% clothing of the emperor. In the primitive commonsense mind cosmic energy is constant and there are no clothes on the emperor.


C. So what is the implication of D in the relationship between E and m ?

Ah! This, to the primitive mind, is the crux of the Dark Energy-Matter. The galaxy clusters, the "classical" universe mass units, keep moving at an ever accelerating rate, their motion "fueled" by m reverting to E in the process...and leaves behind it, and fills space, with yet undiscovered traces, a continuously strained matrix that will eventually overcome cosmic expansion and initiate its re-impansion...


Reflecting,

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QUOTE (HenisDov @ Sep 10 2008, 03:25 AM)

C. So what is the implication of D in the relationship between E and m ?

Ah! This, to the primitive mind, is the crux of the Dark Energy-Matter. The galaxy clusters, the "classical" universe mass units, keep moving at an ever accelerating rate, their motion "fueled" by m reverting to E in the process...and leaves behind it, and fills space, with yet undiscovered traces, a continuously strained matrix that will eventually overcome cosmic expansion and initiate its re-impansion...


Reflecting,

Dov Henis

PS: And if we worry lest the expansion fuel runs out, let's bear in mind that eventually everything, including elementary particles in atoms, age and die, disintegrate and revert to energy... DH


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Posted: Sep 20 2008, 08:51 AM


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Evolutionary Cosmology: Ordained Or Random


A. Einstein to Max Born (4 Dec 1926) about Quantum mechanics:

"...it is certainly imposing. But an inner voice tells me that it is not yet the real thing. The theory says a lot, but does not really bring us any closer to the secret of the 'old one'. I, at any rate, am convinced that He does not throw dice."

The Copenhagen interpretation is an interpretation of quantum mechanics. A key feature of quantum mechanics is that the state of every particle is described by a wavefunction, which is a mathematical representation used to calculate the probability for it to be found in a location, or state of motion. In effect, the act of measurement causes the calculated set of probabilities to "collapse" to the value defined by the measurement. This feature of the mathematical representations is known as wavefunction collapse.

Probably it is to this that the above, and also the following, Einstein saying refer: "Whether you can observe a thing or not depends on the theory which you use. It is the theory which decides what can be observed."


B. Natural Laws, Whence And How They Come About

http://www.physforum.com/index.php?showtop...65&#entry319126

and

Design And Randomness In Cosmic And Life Evolution

http://blog.360.yahoo.com/blog-P81pQcU1dLB..._Q--?cq=1&p=404

Cosmic evolution is evolution of energy. At the beginning of the present cosmic cycle was the energy singularity. At its end there will be a 'small amount' of energy in the form of mass and an infinite dispersion of the beginning energy. In-between, the universe undergoes continuous evolution, consisting of myriad intertwined energy-to-energy and energy-to-mass-to-energy transformations.

The laws of nature, like rules of grammar for language, are products of cosmic evolution, the evolution of energy. They represent the most often observed repeats of processes. They are not vague directors of the courses of processes, but a summary of their observed repeats.


C. It is not only the theory, but also its assessing circumstances, that decide what can be observed

From "Dark Energy And Matter And The Emperor's New Clothes"
http://www.the-scientist.com/community/pos...st/184.page#638

The relationship between the physics of "Galaxy Clusters" and the physics of "Within Clusters" is like the relationship between classical physics and quantum physics. By present human assessment capabilities:

- Galaxy Clusters are the universe's past and present E - m conversion entities.

- The relationship between the physics of "Galaxy Clusters" and the physics of "Within Clusters" is, for us, considering our their assessment capabilities, like the relationship between classical physics and quantum physics.

- Our assessment capabilities of natural laws, of discerning the extent of repeats of natural process, are very much limited, instrumentally and by time-aspects, both at the large-scale/slow-process zone and at the minute-scale/fast-process zone of the evolving cosmos. Our biology, which includes our culture, limits our assessment capabilities to the mid-scale zone of the cosmos.


D. For Us, Humans, Everything Boils Down To The Purpose Of Our Life,

including evolutionary cosmology, ordained or random.

The purpose of our life and its promotion is ours to formulate and set. It derives solely from our cognition.

Each of our ethno-cultural phenotype groups can consider itself, for its reasons and ends, the center and purpose of the cosmos, and live and act accordingly.

Or some ethno-cultural phenotype groups may conclude that the optimal life quality may be realized only via an All-Earth science-based rational approach to individual and group life, and organize and act accordingly. The purpose of our life and its promotion is ours to formulate and set. It derives solely from our cognition.


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“Movie” Of Microwave Pulse Transitioning From Quantum To Classical Physics


A. From "Photons caught in the act"

http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id...ught_in_the_act
Physicists manipulated a microwave pulse and could essentially watch it transition from a quantum state into the realm of classical physics.

1. "Quantum objects — generally, anything that’s small enough to be ruled by quantum physics — can exist in multiple forms at the same time. An atom, for example, can be in two places at the same time, as can the crests and troughs of electromagnetic waves, such as in a microwave pulse."

2. "An atom, for example, can be in two places at the same time, as can the crests and troughs of electromagnetic waves, such as in a microwave pulse."


B. From "Evolutionary Cosmology: Ordained Or Random"
http://www.physforum.com/index.php?showtop...=0&#entry375698

Our assessment capabilities of natural laws, of discerning the extent of repeats of natural process, are very much limited, instrumentally and by time-aspects, both at the large-scale/slow-process zone and at the minute-scale/fast-process zone of the evolving cosmos. Our biology, which includes our culture, limits our assessment capabilities to the mid-scale zone of the cosmos.


C. Thus the commonsensical explanation

1. It is NOT that "anyTHING SMALL enough" is "ruled by quantum physics". It is that any PROCESS that occurs FAST enough is ruled by quantum physics.

2. It is NOT that "an atom can be in two places at the same time". It is that our biology, our finest sensitivity to RATES of processes, does not enable us to perceive and resolve very-high-rate processes.


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HenisDov,

Dollerz has sent you a new personal message entitled "$$$$$$$$$$$".

You can read this personal message by following the link below:

http://www.physforum.com/index.php?act=Msg...D=in&MSID=55310


Regards



B. From "Antisemitism Belongs In Psychiatry"

http://blog.360.yahoo.com/blog-P81pQcU1dLB..._Q--?cq=1&p=195

My own opinion-feeling about the nature of Antisemitism

- "Antisemitism" is a laundered term "AntiJewishness", anti circa 13 million Jews worldwide, half of them in Israel and the rest dispersed the worldover.

- It is a pathologic psychological phenomenon in which words/terms related to Jew/Judaism conjure a mixture of emotions and thoughts of guilt/envy/hate.

- It is prevalent in two human phenotypes that evolved from the Jewish cultural phenotype, Christian and Muslim. In each of these two phenotypes its genesis and evolution coursed along different routes and circumstances and has been serving the unique host phenotype's ends.

- Symptomatically it is akin to the complex packages of emotions and thoughts of misbehaving or "inadequate/disappointing" children in regards to their parents/peers.

- As an adult pathological state it appears in a variety of forms, extents and intensities, from mild "attitudes" to most hideous crimes.


C. It's the Jews!

See what the Jews have done to our economy!

The Jews are the planners and perpetrators of all our problems!


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Posted: Oct 14 2008, 03:50 PM


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(posted also in Creation/Evolution)

Early Evolution Of Group Behaviors
Life's Evolution Started, Not Absurdly, Even Prior To Genesis
Talk About A Forces-Matter Unified Theory...


A. "New arthropod species really stuck together"

http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id..._stuck_together

"Recent fossil discovery shows that new species of arthropod formed chains, raising the possibility of communal behavior."

"This find provides extraordinary insights into the early evolution of group behaviors, possibly representing a combination of reproductive and anti-predatory strategies,” says Martin. “In short, this find should cause all who are interested in fossil behavior to reconsider what we know about group behavior."


B. Earliest Evolution Of Group Behaviors

Early evolution of group behaviors?
With due respect, more modesty is in order here:

- Earth organism: a temporary self-replicable constrained-energy genetic system that supports and maintains Earth's biosphere by maintenance of genes.
- Gene: a primal Earth's organism. (1st stratum organism)
- Genome: a multigenes organism consisting of a cooperative commune of its member genes. (2nd stratum organism)
- Cellular organisms: mono- or multi-celled earth organisms. (3rd stratum organism)


C. Life's evolution started, absurdly, even prior to genesis:

Life Genesis, formation of first genes, was a phenomenon of serendipitous occurrence, in a supportive environment, of 'favourably-directed' energy potential between in-coming sun's radiation and polymerizing RNA-related oligomeric configurations.

Polymerizing RNA-related oligomeric configurations...phasing from chemistry to life...

Life's evolution started, not absurdly, even prior to genesis...


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"Broken Symmetry" Is Physics' Term Of Biology's "Evolution"


A. Nobel Prize in physics shared for work that unifies forces of nature

http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id...orces_of_nature

- "Understanding of broken symmetry has been crucial to the standard model of particle physics."

- "The basic laws of physics seem to be incredibly symmetric".

- "The cosmos began as a hot uniform sea of particles in which all the laws of physics had melded into one, but transformed and cooled into a rich tapestry."

- "Nambu discovered a mechanism embedded in the laws of physics that allowed the character of symmetries to 'change as the universe evolved'."


B. My primitive commonsensical understanding of the concept of "broken symmetry" is simply and plainly "evolution".

My understanding is that:

- "Symmetry" is a "uniformly steady state matrix".

- "Laws of physics" cannot and do not "seem to be" anything. The laws of nature, like rules of grammar for language, are products of cosmic evolution, the evolution of energy. They represent the most often observed repeats of processes. They are not vague mystic directors of the courses of processes, but a summary of their observed repeats.

- "The laws of physics had melded into one" as "the cosmos began as a hot uniform sea of particles"? NO. At singularity there were no "laws of physics".

- "Discovered a mechanism embedded in the laws of physics that allowed the character of symmetries to 'change as the universe evolved'? NO. This is harnessing the horses at the rear of the carriage. As the universe evolved the character of symmetries continuously changed and "laws of physics" have thus evolved.


C. "Broken Symmetry" Is Physics' Term Of Biology's "Evolution"

This is another Glimpse Of Forces-Matter-Life Unified Theory...


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QUOTE (Fairy @ Oct 15 2008, 09:20 AM)

hi can u explain more? 



Further explanation:

"Broken Symmetry" Is Physics' Term Of Biology's "Evolution"

This is another Glimpse Of Forces-Matter-Life Unified Theory...


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A Glimpse Of Forces-Matter-Life Unified Theory
Of Physics' "Broken Symmetry" And Biology's "Evolution"

A. Expounding verbally, not mathematically, on the essence of an eventual unified theory,

I imagine that it would continuously be approaching further comprehension of universal evolution.


B. Design And Randomness In Cosmic And Life Evolution,
Comprehension Of Evolution


http://blog.360.yahoo.com/blog-P81pQcU1dLB..._Q--?cq=1&p=404

http://www.physforum.com/index.php?showtop...80&#entry327257

This is not another attempt to DEFINE evolution.

This is an attempt to COMPREHEND evolution. An attempt to comprehend evolution with, again, my favorite scientific approach, with common sense.

Common sense leads me to start my this attempt with the presently conjectured start-state of the evolution of all evolutions, with singularity, and to then ask what is next. Should we now seek Evolution's Potential? Do we next need a conjectured end-state?

Is evolution a process that arrives at an end-state? How will cosmic expansion end?

We cannot even conjecture...

Will it end with a stable steady state, a balance between the ever self-diluting force that accelerates the motion of galaxies clusters and the since-singularity tensioned space-distance cosmos matrix? Or will it end with a collapse, with a return impansion towards singularity, that will then again ...? And how may it evolve towards its end state?...

Is this unknowability what constitutes the stochastic nature of evolution?

Yet it is observable that every temporary phase of evolution is a start-state of further evolution.

And it is observable that all objects and processes and natural laws in the universe, are - since singularity - products of evolution and are themselves continuously further evolving. Everything in the cosmos is fractal, rehappens on many scales, and is continuously evolving. Each and every system in the universe continuously evolves within the total universal evolution and all the systems' evolutions are intertwined.

And it is also observable that all evolutions are fueled by culture, culture being the totality of ways of the system's dealing (reaction to, manipulation of, exploitation of) with its environment.

Suggesting,
DH

PS: Present state (March 2008) of the stock market appears to point at the relationship between stocks and stochastic... DH


C. PS update

PS: Present state (October 2008) of the stock market appears to point at the relationship between stocks and stochastic... DH


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