* Posts by Maybe?

10 posts • joined 18 May 2013

Dark matter-hunting boffins spot EXCITING signal in X-ray spectrum

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Gravity exists between matter and its strength between any two bits or groups of matter varies with the distance between them. When that variance is within a certain frequency range, such as particles orbiting a nucleus, it will be detected by our eys or instruments sensitive to that range, and we will "see" the matter. When matter does not move in such a regular frequency we will not detect its presence the same way but do detect it from its gravitational impact on things we do see...dark matter? Same stuff, different motion.

It may be the speed of gravity we detect and light, vision, warmth, growth, cell change, etc. is what happens depending on what it impacts. Heresy, I know...but...gravity moves things, sometimes in repetitious patterns and sometimes not.

PHYSICS APPLECART UPSET as dark energy disappears, Universe slams on brakes

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One of the most frequent comments throughout science is some form of "We used to think...". Universal expansion is not immune to that comment.

Prior to the big bang it is said the entire universe was contained in a super tiny enclave and nothing else existed. For something to be tiny there has to be something large. Since there was nothing else to be large the entire universe had no size. For something to be fast there has to be something slow. Same thing. There was no speed. The bag bang, if that is what happened who knows why, could have occurred in place, initiating motion for its individual particles that had been contained motionless relative to each other, and starting the process of assembly and dis-assembly , from the interplay of gravity energy and motion energy, that continues and will continue. Or not!

Ancient SUPERNOVA EXPLOSION contains enough dust for 7,000 EARTHS, say boffins

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Why do you tell me to withdraw my post so only I can see it...or have you done so already? Is this not a place for scientific inquiry and suggestion?

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And the Maybe? post could explain where dust came from, why and how it coagulated into ever larger units from smaller than dust to larger than galaxies.

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The initial event produced two energies equal in strength and opposite in nature...bits of compressed space surrounded by stretched space, happening in tandem, the latter pulling between any two of the former... attraction, aka: gravity, with its strength varying with the distance between them. Some compressed bits combine into units around which others orbit. When bits orbit in certain frequency ranges we, and our instruments, detect their presence from light energy. Many don't move in such a regular frequency range so we don't detect them in the same way but do detect them from their gravitational impact on things we do see...SAME STUFF, DIFFERENT MOTION.

It may be the speed of gravity waves we measure and light, warmth, growth, cellular change, etc. are what happens depending on what they encounter.

GOD particle MAY NOT BE GOD particle: Scientists in shock claim

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The big bang,in the process of inflating, split what there was into bits of compressed space surround by stretched space the latter pulling between any two of the former...attraction? Elementary mass and elementary field. Equal in strength and opposite in nature boson & field? They wouldn't "give" mass, they are mass. Accumulations and configurations would be near infinite, or maybe strike the "near".

Or not.

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Re: While I agree with your post...

Are we talking about "techni-quacks"?

Come off it, Moon, Earth. We know you're 60 million years older than we thought

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The Earth and its collision to be neighbor must have had different orbital times around the sun before the collision. Would that be faster or slower than post-collision? Would it's orbit timing be different after it gathered water than it was before? We use Earth orbits as a constant in connection with the timing of many things. Might there be some variables that should be considered..at least refer to "current" earth years as opposed to earlier ones?

Climate scientists agree: Humans cause global warming

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Is the Earth getting warmer? The proof may be in the disappearing glacial pudding. The question may just be who is responsible...nature, man, non-man or combination of all?

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Is the Earth getting warmer? The proof is in the glacial pudding. Who is making the pudding is the question. One or more than one cause?

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