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What I think is not what you think.
You are using words out of context. I do not have a problem.
It looks like you do not understand where I come from to explain my path.

Then again believe in whatever you want.

People make movies from multiverse.
I do not know where you get these ideas from.
In my opinion you are on the wrong path.

Who knows, I maybe I'm on the wrong path.

Regardless of, you can explain in many places, millions of places.
Anything multiplied by zero is zero.
Yes, in this closed systemic dark age of ours (so opposed to breaking out into an open systemic space frontier age) there are evermore shrunken minds, closed minds, dark age minds, that simply cannot expand to comprehend. I'm not the one who inferred I was making it all up!!!! And time after time, would I please keep on explaining because you don't and/or won't understand!!!! And you aren't "people" (plural), Harry! I'm finding a heck of lot of articles I've cited, a heck of lot of "people" now, who are beginning to understand multi-dimensional "multiverse" up and out -- including down and in -- from a basic, fundamental, binary base2 (and parity) set.
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Apr 13, 2021
Scientists are always on the match to research beyond what we know.

[Submitted on 5 Jun 2023]

Dark Matter Through the Axion-Gluon Portal​

Patrick J. Fitzpatrick, Yonit Hochberg, Eric Kuflik, Rotem Ovadia, Yotam Soreq
Axion-like-particles are a well-motivated extension of the Standard Model that can mediate interactions between the dark matter and ordinary matter. Here we consider an axion portal between the two sectors, where the axion couples to dark matter and to QCD gluons. We establish the relevant processes of interest across the scales of dark matter and axion masses and couplings, identify the distinct mechanisms that control the dark matter relic abundance in each case, and extract the resulting experimental signatures of the gluonic axion portal to dark matter.
Jun 11, 2023
:);)Amidst all the celebrating going on over "gravitational wave background (GWB)," at least I try to give some attention to that poor (although actually rich in the extreme) [dark] twin of gravity, anti-gravity. ;):)
Consider, please, that in a broad conservation of energy that as matter heats up, gravitational force is generated and antigravity/dark energy is stored!! The proof for this is our own Sun that formed from a hydrgen-helium molecular cloud at 10 degrees Kelvin 5 billion years ago!!
We are given that our Sun's matter has been heating up for the past 5 billion years and that our Sun has been generating gravity during the past 5 billion years!!
Further, we are given that our Sun's matter will heat up by 6% per year for the next 5 billion years, our Earth will become inhabitable in 1 billion years from our Sun heating up and that our Sun will continue to generate gravity during the next 5 billion years!!
BUTTE, once, our Sun stops fusing hydrogen and starts cooling, the antigravity/dark energy that was stored in our Sun's nucleon, electron and neutrino indestrucible permeable sacs will come out in form of compressed GP1 Aether Particles that will decompress and increase in volume pushing half the mass of our Sun away during our Sun's Red Giant Phase leaving behind a White Dwarf remnant about the size of Earth at 200,000 times Earth density!!
The key takeaway, here, is that as gravity is generated and matter heats up, potential antigravity/dark energy is stored that is released as the matter particles cool!!
Apr 13, 2021
Hello Adoni

I do not know where you get the information.
In my opinion it is completely wrong.

I would ask you to research Transient Condensates.
Self discovery
Apr 13, 2021
Dark matter and Dark energy. There are many different approaches to understanding how condensate Transients may explain the way things are by not using terms like Dark matter of energy.
Normal matter compacts to 10^5 Transient 1
Immense compaction becomes Neutron matter compacts to 10^17. Transient 2

And so

[Submitted on 9 Aug 2023]

Search for Dark Matter Decay in Nearby Galaxy Clusters and Galaxies with IceCube​

Minjin Jeong, Carsten Rott (for the IceCube Collaboration)
Dark matter could decay into Standard Model particles producing neutrinos directly or indirectly. The resulting flux of neutrinos from these decays could be detectable at neutrino telescopes and would be associated with massive celestial objects where dark matter is expected to be accumulated. Recent observations of high-energy astrophysical neutrinos at IceCube might hint at a signal produced by the decay of TeV to PeV scale dark matter. This analysis searches for neutrinos from decaying dark matter in nearby galaxy clusters and galaxies. We focus on dark matter masses from 10 TeV to 1 EeV and four decay channels: νν¯, τ+τ−, W+W−, bb¯. Three galaxy clusters, seven dwarf galaxies, and the Andromeda galaxy are chosen as targets and stacked within the same source class. A well-established IceCube data sample is used, which contains 11 years of upward-going track-like events. In this contribution, we present preliminary results of the analysis.
Jun 1, 2020
RE "Supermassive black holes may solve mystery of our universe's gravitational-wave 'hum'
A statement that dark matter doesn't interact with light. Apparently true, not electro-magnetically. However, light is influenced by gravity and it is claimed that dark matter has gravity. Then don't forget Newton's law about equal and opposite forces.

Also, why not invoke dark matter black holes for some of the "hum". How can you tell the difference between a dark matter black hole and the "normal" matter black hole?

I still haven't seen an explanation of why in chemical analysis that quantitative gravimetric analysis is always consistent with electro-chemical quantitative analysis and spectrochemical analysis. In the presence of dark matter, even below ppm, there should be deviations between them.

Consequently, I remain unconvinced dark matter exists. An alternate explanation for galaxies not flying apart is needed.
Apr 13, 2021
Dark matter and Dark energy are terms to explain the unexplained.

The classic Black Hole has a singularity, and nothing can escape, meaning it keeps sucking in and growing to infinity.
As condensates compact under confinement, the dipolar electromagnetic fields keep ejected matter away, preventing a Singularity from forming and therefore a Classic Black Hole can never form.

Proof of this comes from images in Neutron stars (Magnetars), Glass Hour Nebular, M87 jets (vortex).

A Black Hole created by a Transient Condensate can mimic all the properties of a Black Hole.
At critical mass an Event Horizon will form. This can never be seen.
But! its gravitational force can be felt.

Critical mass, from Quark matter to partonic to Axion matter.

Mimic Black holes can be found within Galaxies, usually the main BH is found at the center.
Our Milkyway has a swam of black holes and the largest is a few million solar masses.

Mimic Black Holes will interact with all EMR and all matter.
Apr 13, 2021
The path to searching for answers, is sometimes a lonely one.
And yet many scientists take up the challenge to go where no man has gone before, deeper into space.
Dark matter is a term used to explain or try to explain. Axion matter a Transient Condensate maybe the ultimate compaction 0f 10^35. Singularity cannot exist because of the Dipolar Electromagnetic Fields withing the compact object.
[Submitted on 27 Jul 2023]

Probing an ultralight QCD axion with electromagnetic quadratic interaction​

Hyungjin Kim, Alessandro Lenoci, Gilad Perez, Wolfram Ratzinger
The axion-gluon coupling is the defining feature of the QCD axion. This feature induces additional and qualitatively different interactions of the axion with standard model particles -- quadratic couplings. Previously, hadronic quadratic couplings have been studied and experimental implications have been explored especially in the context of atomic spectroscopy and interferometry. We investigate additional quadratic couplings to the electromagnetic field and electron mass. These electromagnetic quadratic couplings are generated at the loop level from threshold corrections and are expected to be present in the absence of fine-tuning. While they are generally loop-suppressed compared to the hadronic ones, they open up new ways to search for the QCD axion, for instance via optical atomic clocks. Moreover, due to the velocity spread of the dark matter field, the quadratic nature of the coupling leads to low-frequency fluctuations in any detector setup. These distinctive low-frequency fluctuations offer a way to search for heavier axions. We provide an analytic expression for the power spectral density of this low-frequency background and briefly discuss experimental strategies for a low-frequency background search.