Dark Matter - could it be a particle that duplicates or 'reproduces' itself?

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Take for example, one dark matter particle. This one particle would ultimately split into 2 , which would each then split into their own 2 and distancing itself from its other half and so on...... creating within itself, the energy needed to cause expansion among other galactic anomalies.

Even crazier of a thought - after the Big Bang, let say protons with (positive charge), neutrons (neutral charge) and 'dark matter' (no charge and self reproducing) were created....there in-lying the asymmetry that has kept the universe from destroying itself from the very beginning
 
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Welcome Moon Goddess. Always room to discuss new ideas, so please feel able to make your points. Not much is fixed down.

Let me ask a couple of questions. Who says dark particles reproduce? and btw, neutrons are neutral, not negative. Does that upset the symmetry?

Cat :)
 
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Yeah I made a typo... surely you can see how that happens.

To answer your second question Cat, nobody said so that I am aware of... I thought it was pretty clear that I was proposing a theory, but maybe not.
 

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