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Old 07-07-2021, 12:53 PM   #171 (permalink)
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5) Some carbon is opaque, and has high absorption rates and heating coefficients...
6) Some carbon, is extremely small and translucent, and it absorbs no photons, does not have any infrared signature or any other kind of signature...
7) These invisible diamonds, themselves, constitute 'missing mass'.
Substitute 'cool dust' for 'diamonds' and you have the current paradigm.
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Any newly-discovered cosmological 'link' would seem to offer a solution to a problem which doesn't exist.
It's a statistical correlation of what has occurred.

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Old 07-07-2021, 08:54 PM   #172 (permalink)
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"It's as if something is acting on all the dwarf galaxies separated by millions of light years simultaneously"

As if... At 5:29 how do they not know what that is.
They have to know. I think they just don't want to ruin other scientists who built them selves on a false religion.
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how do they not know?

Experts say:
* they know that their present understanding of gravity is incomplete.
* they do not have a quantum theory of gravity.
* quantum mechanics cannot predict needed information at sub-atomic scale.
* they do not know much about quantum mechanics of warped spacetime.
* they know that with black holes, there's a double-nature to electromagnetic waves/ gravitons ( particles of spacetime curvature ).
* there are no experiments which can be conducted at this 'shadowy' frontier of physics.

* they're unsure of guiding principles to follow.
* Einstein's principle of equivalence may lead to a new point of view.
* some new aspect of gravity may be th key to solving the next leap.
* String Theory.
* M-Theory.
* Loop Quantum Gravity.
* Entropy-force ( Guth/ Bekenstein/ Hawking ).
* Holographic Principle.
* All-universe Tidal effects.
* Gravitational Time Dilation.
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Seems like they can't possibly know much.
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When they ignore obvious magnetic fields then they will never understand gravity.
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I've no evidence that there's anything being overlooked or ignored. Quite the contrary.
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electromagnetic forces

according to PhD, Theoretical Physics, Professor Benjamin Schumacher of Kenyon College, electromagnetic forces tend to cancel out over distance.
Magnetic fields vary as the inverse-square of the distance between bodies.
F( magnetic field ) varies as 1 / r-squared.
Solar magnetic field is around 0.5-millitesla.
A kitchen magnet has a field strength which is 10X or 100X that of Earth's ( My data is scattered enough that I couldn't put my hands on the specific value ).
Sunspots have 0.2-0.3-millitesla magnetic fields.
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Yep that's the old outdated belief.
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perhaps you can turn us on to a recent peer-reviewed paper?
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All-universe Tidal effects.
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Magnetic fields vary as the inverse-square of the distance between bodies.
I'm all ears.

Recent peer-reviewed papers summarized here:



The hypothesis is now a 'compelling theory'.
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peer-reviewed papers

I'd like to see the papers without the summary.
Papers will provide conditions, the who, what, when, where, perhaps a 'why', and potential sources of error, and recommendations for further future research.
A hypothesis remains a hypothesis until a consensus is agreed upon by a number of other experts in the same field.

I don't recall any lifeform-affecting phenomena on Earth ever being associated with a magnetic excursion. Certainly not any 'disaster.'
It would be like saying that kitchen magnets could destroy the world.
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A look at NASA / Jet Propulsion Laboratory revealed zero research being conducted for Earth 'disasters' related to geomagnetic excursions. That would be a clue.

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