Is dark matter simply gravity on an intergalactic level?

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It is obvious that trying to understand how gravity works on an intergalactic level is difficult beause of the way galaxys move. For instance, Andromeda and the Milky Way are moving closer to each other, while other galaxys are moving away from each other. Galaxy's are not moving at the same speed either. Now gravity is intuitive on the level of a single galaxy and within, because everything is moving toward the center where the supermassive black hole is. I'ts also intuitive that this black hole keeps the stars around it together. Without the black hole, all the stars would simply float away in random directions thus losing it's spiral indentity.


This does not jibe with the very first force that was created by the big bang. Momentum should be a uniform force where everything is moving in similar directions, that is away from the big bangs point of origin in every concevable direction which is a sphère. Dark matter must have a role in what appears to be all those galaxys moving in random directions and speeds. And the sphère is getting larger everyday. It would not surprise me if the universe actually doubles in size every second in perpituity. But within momentum you have this thing called gravity.

So, in laymans terms, exactly what is the relationship between momentum and gravity?
 
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No.the dark particles are not reaaly dark energy.... right configured in stable existemce but in the dark side of scientists brains.our scientists need some more time to graduate..
 
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Nobelist Frank Wilczek and a few others are sure there is something missing , a big chunk of acceleration in our solar system ,for starters . If something is not visible it often mean it is not there ( far fetch ?)
Maybe it's just lack of imagination (theory) and all is in plain sight when the next Bernhard Euler come around . I do not think another Einstein would be extraordinary enough . Someone who can think outside the solid cube of legitimate mainstream.
 
Nobelist Frank Wilczek and a few others are sure there is something missing , a big chunk of acceleration in our solar system ,for starters . If something is not visible it often mean it is not there ( far fetch ?)
Maybe it's just lack of imagination (theory) and all is in plain sight when the next Bernhard Euler come around . I do not think another Einstein would be extraordinary enough . Someone who can think outside the solid cube of legitimate mainstream.
Can i apply for the job? i don't even own a box.
Dark matter/energy = quantum fluctuation temp particle/energy creation.
Going to be very difficult to detect dark matter or energy since it only exists random across the universe but has a gravitational and net energy balance in a temp random total.
Universe size X quantum fluctuation temp particle/energy creation= missing mass/energy or very close to it.
The mistake being made is thinking dark energy has a force of expansion but IMO dark flow and other external universes do a much better job at pulling the universe apart faster than dark energy could breaking a few no energy creation laws doing it.
JMO
 
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It is obvious that trying to understand how gravity works on an intergalactic level is difficult
Nothing is difficult once you do it.



beause of the way galaxys move. For instance, Andromeda and the Milky Way are moving closer to each other, while other galaxys are moving away from each other.
I'm sorry but what is hard to understand about the center of gravity of a mass in motion and that each galaxy/system has a different mass and other characteristics and thus moves in different ways. Also consider the forces in play for instance things like strong and weak/ thermo dynamics etc.. of the mass ie how much actual energy is in a system.




Galaxy's are not moving at the same speed either. Now gravity is intuitive on the level of a single galaxy and within, because everything is moving toward the center where the supermassive black hole is.
but that is not to say that a different black hole would not have an effect on another black holes influence. Again gravity isn't suppose to have a limitation but the gravity of different bodies will be stronger than others simply by their states and how relatively strong they are based upon where they are in relation to everything else. that is not to say that things cannot independently decide to move somewhere if spirit to do so exists that is some conscious entities would theoretically have free will to alter teh movement of objects in their reality if they can will to exert force on them.

somethings gonna burn gotta go.


Also why do you think dark energy rather than Eneregy, IE a flux photon like quatascape. Why is it you need dark matter or dark energy rather than say high level subparticles?


Like it would be difficult to detect something that you can't catch up to and isn't moving toward you.

You are detecting stuff out there because it is being sent to you, as soon as it isn't sent to you it is more difficult to detect, such as detecting bends in spacetime through using gravity disturbances to generalize major actions of energy/matter differences. A bunch of the detection is by finding a way to detect disturabances in things that are moving toward Earth (or are connected to Earth if you understand bidirectional energy/multidirectional energy exchange) Just cause you can't see it doesn't mean it doesn't exist, it is just part of the equation you can't account for because stuff can take a lot of different forms depending on how the energy is. The idea of there is relative to the way energy is behaving with the other.
 
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Nothing is difficult once you do it.





I'm sorry but what is hard to understand about the center of gravity of a mass in motion and that each galaxy/system has a different mass and other characteristics and thus moves in different ways. Also consider the forces in play for instance things like strong and weak/ thermo dynamics etc.. of the mass ie how much actual energy is in a system.




but that is not to say that a different black hole would not have an effect on another black holes influence. Again gravity isn't suppose to have a limitation but the gravity of different bodies will be stronger than others simply by their states and how relatively strong they are based upon where they are in relation to everything else. that is not to say that things cannot independently decide to move somewhere if spirit to do so exists that is some conscious entities would theoretically have free will to alter teh movement of objects in their reality if they can will to exert force on them.

somethings gonna burn gotta go.


Also why do you think dark energy rather than Eneregy, IE a flux photon like quatascape. Why is it you need dark matter or dark energy rather than say high level subparticles?


Like it would be difficult to detect something that you can't catch up to and isn't moving toward you.

You are detecting stuff out there because it is being sent to you, as soon as it isn't sent to you it is more difficult to detect, such as detecting bends in spacetime through using gravity disturbances to generalize major actions of energy/matter differences. A bunch of the detection is by finding a way to detect disturabances in things that are moving toward Earth (or are connected to Earth if you understand bidirectional energy/multidirectional energy exchange) Just cause you can't see it doesn't mean it doesn't exist, it is just part of the equation you can't account for because stuff can take a lot of different forms depending on how the energy is. The idea of there is relative to the way energy is behaving with the other.
Lets think of gravity in a new way.
Gravity has an effect on quantum fluctuation and it's effects are felt across the universe and maybe beyond at C.
Gravity itself travels in the void between fluctuation or for a better term between quanta so gravity can travel at instant speed since it has no distance realm. (spooky action at a distance)
Light travels at C due to the interference of fluctuation and neutrinos at the quanta peak with near no interaction because of the lack of anything between.

The duality of everything with a clear reason why gravity seems like a total mystery.

Have another look at the universe with those rules of self regulation and gravity doesn't seem so mysterious.

JMO
 

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