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Alan Folmsbee
2019-06-14 20:55:00 UTC
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Proposed idea: There is an equal number of protons and
electrons in the universe

Derived idea: The dark matter effect is equal in magnitude to the
dark energy effect

Each proton is paired with one electron
s***@gmail.com
2019-06-14 21:54:26 UTC
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Post by Alan Folmsbee
Proposed idea: There is an equal number of protons and
electrons in the universe
Derived idea: The dark matter effect is equal in magnitude to the
dark energy effect
Each proton is paired with one electron
The Universe appears to be charge neutral from the first minute onward.

Dark matter and dark energy have no connection (different phenomena)

Neutral hydrogen and other neutral atoms have attracted an equal number of electrons to balance the charge of the protons.
Mitch Raemsch
2019-06-15 01:01:38 UTC
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Post by Alan Folmsbee
Proposed idea: There is an equal number of protons and
electrons in the universe
Derived idea: The dark matter effect is equal in magnitude to the
dark energy effect
Each proton is paired with one electron
The Universe appears to be charge neutral from the first minute onward.
Dark matter and dark energy have no connection (different phenomena)
Neutral hydrogen and other neutral atoms have attracted an equal number of electrons to balance the charge of the protons.
Collapse the atom at a Neutron star formation and its protons
combine with its electrons and the two sided particles transform
into one. These three are the only particles belonging in the atom.
God is creating gravity... Neutrinos fly off...

Mitchell Raemsch
john
2019-06-15 16:38:22 UTC
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Sam
“Dark matter and dark energy have no connection (different phenomena)

Please explain each and show your work
john
2019-06-15 17:34:35 UTC
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Creation of the standing wave -1/2 spin black hole also results in the creation around it of an equal number of +1/2 spin smaller-gauge black holes (protons) which instantaneously generates an equal number of even smaller -1/2 spin black holes (electron clouds) ...etc
Odd Bodkin
2019-06-15 17:47:21 UTC
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Sam
“Dark matter and dark energy have no connection (different phenomena)

Please explain each and show your work
Because heaven forbid you should exert any effort to even learn what the
terms mean.
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john
2019-06-15 19:33:33 UTC
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Odd
“earn what the
terms”
That was the question.
What exactly do you believe those to be? And why?
Odd Bodkin
2019-06-15 20:41:28 UTC
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Odd
“earn what the
terms”
That was the question.
What exactly do you believe those to be? And why?
Again, let me ask you a simple question.
Why do you say that dark matter and dark energy are nonsense when you don’t
even know what the terms mean? And then when it’s clear that you don’t know
what the terms mean, why do you ask for an explanation HERE rather than
getting off your ass and looking them up in a book?

Do you need a book suggestion?
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
john
2019-06-16 00:06:44 UTC
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Odd
“Why do you say that dark matter and dark energy are nonsense when you don’t
even know what the terms mean?”
Ur an idiot.
Do you know what that term means?
Mitch Raemsch
2019-06-16 02:23:05 UTC
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Post by Alan Folmsbee
Proposed idea: There is an equal number of protons and
electrons in the universe
Derived idea: The dark matter effect is equal in magnitude to the
dark energy effect
Dark energy would dissipate expanding the universe slower.
That is not what we see. The hypersphere expanding is
why the universe expands.
Post by Alan Folmsbee
Each proton is paired with one electron
That could be the initial condition.
Look at a Neutron Big Bang...
it would decay into outer proton electrons
forming the first Hydrogen atoms.
God is creating gravity.

Mitchell Raemsch
Edward Prochak
2019-06-16 06:25:33 UTC
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On Friday, June 14, 2019 at 4:55:04 PM UTC-4, Alan Folmsbee wrote:
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Post by Alan Folmsbee
Derived idea: The dark matter effect is equal in magnitude to the
dark energy effect
Dark Matter seems to be an effect on a Galactic scale,
Holding galaxies and clusters together.

Dark energy seems to be an effect on a cosmic scale,
driving the universe apart.

So definitely not equal in magnitude.
Ed

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