Wednesday, October 15, 2008


What is it with the concept of aether, that is so repugnant? What are the rules that this breaking? I would think the concept of an aether would just be an extension of the atmosphere or any other media. These differences between baryonic magnetic material and the non baryonic dark matter allows for bubbles in the aether. This bubble would be where baryonic matter can interact with the rules of magnetism, e/m, density...

If there is to be an aether, it needs a mechanism in which the baryonic bubble is defined. In my opinion this is magnetism. Magnetism through the W+/- boson vibrates charge and force. I am beginning to think that this W boson is only read/written by the gluon. That the electron converts photons into z bosons to pass to the gluon.

This transfer of information tells the dark matter particle how much magnetic pressure is being applied and how much it needs to recoil. At its root, all force is information. Each force/boson holds information on itself, describing its originator. The Quark or Dark Matter equivalent expresses this information.

Sunday, October 12, 2008

The Chain Nature of Dark Matter

In understanding the nature of memes(information) transmission in baryonic particles it becomes easier to understand the the nature of memes transmission between baryonic particles and dark matter. Memes needs to be transmitted from the baryonic atom to the dark matter particle through magnetism. Dark matter ignores photons because they lack charge. Dark matter reacts to charge, all charges +/- in the same manner. Dark matter is repulsed by charge.

There are 2 known particles that can convert magnetism into memes(information). The electron and the gluon. We can rule out the electron as a particle of dark matter because it has charge. Also if electrons were in interstellar space, photons would never make it through the medium and we would not see other galaxies. The gluon is a more promising particle that could be part of the dark matter chain.

We know that the gluon converts magnetism into color using quantum chromodynamics (QCD). When dark matter is in the presence of magnetism the dark matter is repelled. The interaction between dark matter sub-atomic particles is stronger than the magnetism applied to it. Magnetism is not strong enough to break the normal bond between the gluon and the dark matter particle attached to it. Magnetism bends this bond.

The chain nature of dark matter becomes obvious when gluons are inserted between dark matter particles. These chains form fabrics and the more dense they become the harder is becomes for baryonic particles and photons to move through them. Pioneer 10 and 11 show this in their attempts to exit the solar system.