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    Default Mystery of dark matter may have been solved by Oxford scientists

    Roughly 95% of the universe is believed to be missing - but a new study suggests a fluid which could explain the mystery.
    A team of scientists at the University of Oxford may have solved one of the biggest mysteries in modern physics - the issue of dark matter and dark energy in the universe.
    Scientists have long suspected there is more material in the cosmos than we can observe and 95% is made up almost entirely of invisible, unknown material dubbed dark energy and dark matter.
    The mysterious dark substances are not covered by the existing mathematical model of the universe - known as LambdaCDM - but they are known to exist because of their gravitational effects.

    Now scientists have proposed a new model which unifies dark energy and dark matter into a single phenomenon - a fluid which possesses "negative mass".
    Dr James Farnes, who led the team at Oxford's e-Research Centre, said: "We now think that both dark matter and dark energy can be unified into a fluid which possesses a type of 'negative gravity'.
    More: https://news.sky.com/story/mystery-o...tists-11572089

    "Negative Gravity Fluid" !! Mmm ..!

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    Default Re: Mystery of dark matter may have been solved by Oxford scientists

    If this is true, maybe the universe is not "losing mass" as some people seem to suspect. For example this article from phys.org says we're losing dark matter, and that it can decay over time. That just does not sound right to me.

    It really doesn't make sense how the universe could lose mass unless the laws of thermodynamics are wrong. First law of thermodynamics – Energy can neither be created nor destroyed.

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    Default Re: Mystery of dark matter may have been solved by Oxford scientists

    This proposal strengthens the theory of The Electric Universe.
    "One thing only I know, and that is that I know nothing" Socrates

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    Default Re: Mystery of dark matter may have been solved by Oxford scientists

    So nothing solved, just another model to bat around for the next 10 years or so.

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    Quote It really doesn't make sense how the universe could lose mass unless the laws of thermodynamics are wrong. First law of thermodynamics – Energy can neither be created nor destroyed.
    no but it can be transformed yes?
    I'm a simple easy going guy that is very upset/sad with the worlds hidden controllers!
    We need LEADERS who bat from the HEART!
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    Default Re: Mystery of dark matter may have been solved by Oxford scientists

    The words "fluid" and "negative gravity" stuck out for me in relation to the "Dark matter".
    I find it strange that the Vrill Society (Maria Orsic etc) studied and delved into the make up of "Ether" and purportedly built flying machines ( Bell ?) with spinning "fluids" (Red Mercury) that created "negative gravity"

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    Default Re: Mystery of dark matter may have been solved by Oxford scientists

    Quote Posted by Sunny-side-up (here)
    So nothing solved, just another model to bat around for the next 10 years or so.

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    Quote It really doesn't make sense how the universe could lose mass unless the laws of thermodynamics are wrong. First law of thermodynamics – Energy can neither be created nor destroyed.
    no but it can be transformed yes?

    Yes Indeed

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    Default Re: Mystery of dark matter may have been solved by Oxford scientists

    To me the whole universe could be a sort of DNA chain swimming around in this so called dark fluid

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