Liquid/Gaseous dark matter would answer a lot of the big questions

Sep 11, 2020
Dark matter is part of the QL soup in which there is a bubble of space time.

Two universe cosmological model
When the spacetime bubble first formed baryonic matter precipitated out of the QL soup. Picture a clear cloudless sky that in almost no time is filled with puffy white clouds. We are in that soup and haven’t yet figured out how to see it. This would have happened where inflation was assumed to end. The rapidly forming thunderheads collapsed into black holes of all sizes depending how much baryonic matter precipitated out in that area. More spacetime is constantly precipitating out although the soup is thinning there is still plenty of broth. We can’t find dark matter because it is outside of spacetime.

Dark matter phase transition heats or cools electrons (Leptons/etc) in the area as the electrons vibrate in and out of spacetime which over time heat the adjoining material inside spacetime. There may be other in and out of space time components (Quarks/etc) of matter as well. Waves of electrons ripple through the soup unless they encounter electrons of other baryonic matter. Double slit experiment and entanglement.

The liquid/gaseous dark matter solution solves a lot of the biggest problems today.

Problem : the corona of the sun is being heated

Assumption: dark matter is raining down on the sun and as it is squeezed by gravity it heats up heating the corona. Liquid dark matter phase transitioning to gaseous dark matter also releases heat.

Problem : the area between the sun and the corona is much cooler

Assumption: as the gravity increases the dark matter condenses cooling this area(cooling being relative)

Problem : what causes coronal holes and sunspot’s

Assumption: as the condensed dark matter passes beneath the surface of the sun the temperature rises and the gravity decreases the dark matter reverts to its gaseous state. The closest release for this expansion is at the poles of the sun. As the dark matter nears the surface of the sun again most of it condenses and collapses which promotes circulation upward and outward. This results in the cooler areas on the surface of the sun.
The Solar Orbiter spacecraft released its closest images of the sun today, revealing a range of never before seen phenomena including this odd geyser of hot and cold gas dubbed the "solar hedgehog." (Image credit: ESA)

My thought is that if we could see the dark matter sphere that co-rotates around the sun it would look a lot like Jupiter except that dark matter is always being added and spun off or blasted into space.
The Parker solar probe found that the corona of the sun at the Alfven limit was rotating about 25 times faster than they expected.
The offset of the dark matter sphere from the sun is one of the main contributors to the sunspot cycle as it rotates around the geocenter of the solar system.

Problem : what accelerates the solar wind

Assumption: when liquid dark matter rains down toward the sun it encounters the rotating dark matter sphere. As it slows upon entry of this sphere it reaches the zero g equivalent which causes the liquid dark matter to flash to gaseous dark matter. This accelerates the dark matter above it outward at high velocities.

Problem : The heating of Ceres, Jupiter, Pluto and the water moons

Assumption: anywhere that liquid dark matter is exposed to zero g or equivalent as at the centre of any object with enough mass that it’s Center of gravity is within the object the dark matter flashes to gaseous dark matter and releases heat. View:

view of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko
If you do the math the zero gravity point between the comet and the sun would be 2 km sunward of the center of gravity of the comet. If my theory about dark matter is correct it would be at this point that the liquid dark matter undergoes phase transition to gaseous dark matter which would release heat

Oumuamua underwent unexplained acceleration but I was unable to find usable data to do the calculations for dark matter phase transition.

Problem : circulation of dark matter in the solar system or galaxy

Assumption: the closer to the plane the higher the liquid dark matter content. As this dark matter encounters planets, moons and asteroids it is converted to gaseous dark matter and begins to rise away from the plane due to expansion. The farther from the sun the more expansion has happened which causes it to circulate back toward the center as it gets farther from the sun. This whole process sweeps dust and gas back toward the middle. This concentration and the condensing gaseous dark matter due to the gravity below causes the saturated dark matter to sink back towards the sun. Evaporation and condensation of dark matter in the gravity well is the key to circulation in the solar system. Jupiter also has enough gravity to have heating in its atmosphere due to the compression from gravity.

Problem : accretion rates

Assumption: during the accretion phase gaseous dark matter is condensed by gravity which causes a net acceleration of the inward flow while the outflow of condensed dark matter comes from the poles and rains back down on the disk compressing it and flowing back toward the middle. The incoming ratio of gaseous to liquid dark matter is a major contributor to the accretion rate. This flow reverses once there is enough heat to change the flow from the poles to gaseous dark matter. At this point the liquid dark matter outflow migrates to the equator. As this progresses this change of circulation may mean that the gas and dust flow migrates inward originally and back out again later on during the formation of the solar system.

Problem : stellar jets

Assumption: When nuclear fusion starts in the core the jets of gaseous dark matter rather than recondensing and circulating explodes straight out of the core in such a strong steady stream that it carry’s plasma with it. Once the jet begins to slow and spread out the turbulence allows the vomit comet effect on liquid dark matter that is carried along with the jet. This will further accelerate the jet

Problem : lack of clumping of dark matter

Assumption: most of the dark matter in and around stars and AGN are gaseous dark matter although this ratio decreases when the Galactic Nucleus is not Active.

Problem : black hole jets

Assumption: When the accretion disk begin to heat up it also causes the jets of gaseous dark matter to explode straight out of the poles of the co-rotating sphere of liquid dark matter in such a strong steady stream that it carry’s plasma and liquid dark matter with it. Once the jet begins to slow and spread out the turbulence allows the vomit comet effect to affect any of the liquid dark matter carried in the jet. This releases more heat and the expansion further accelerates the jet.

Problem : heating at the edge of the galactic halo

Assumption: anywhere that liquid dark matter is exposed to zero g or equivalent it flashes to gaseous dark matter and releases heat.

What exactly dark matter is may not be necessary in order to utilize its properties.
Sep 11, 2020
They would have to if they heat up due to being compressed by gravity. Then when then gravity gets strong enough they will condense and rain down on the surface of the sun. If you watch videos of the sun you see dark er patches that look just like wind blown rain on your patio. As the condensed dark matter (collapsing tornado’s down) passes beneath the surface of the sun the gravity decreases and the temperature increases causing it to revert to revert to the gaseous form (expanding tornado’s up) primarily towards the pole although some in all directions. As the hot tornado’s reach the surface of the sun the outside edges cool and the outbound liquid dark matter becomes the fast solar wind. The entire dark matter sphere which rotates slightly of center from the sun is a seething mass of flashing and condensing dark matter. The above may also explain why the convection zone is 200,000 km instead of the expected 20,000 km.