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Dark energy may not actually exist, scientists claim - --- - 08-20-2009


Dark energy may not actually exist, scientists claim
Dark energy - the mysterious substance thought to make up three-quarters of the universe - may not actually exist, claims new research.


By Richard Alleyne, Science Correspondent
Published: 7:00AM BST 18 Aug 2009

The concept of dark energy was created by cosmologists to fit Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity into reality after modern space telescopes discovered that the Universe was not behaving as it should.

According to Einstein's work, the speed at which the Universe is expanding following the Big Bang should be slower than it actually is and this unexplained anomaly threatened to turn the whole theory upside down. In order to reconcile this problem the concept of dark energy was invented.

But now Blake Temple and Joel Smoller, mathematicians at the University of California and the University of Michigan, believe they have come up with a whole new set of calculations that allow for all the sums to add up without the need for this controversial substance.

The research could change the way astronomers view the composition of our Universe.

The Standard Model of Cosmology, which describes the evolution of the Universe, begins with the Big Bang. Astronomers have recently observed that the galaxies are accelerating as they move away from each other, and cosmologists have sought to explain this unexpected acceleration by introducing the concept of dark energy, which permeates space, propels matter, and accounts for nearly 75 percent of the mass-energy in our Universe.

The new research, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, is likely to be equally controversial as the work it purports to challenge especially as it relies on our galaxy being at the centre of the Universe - a concept that has been generally disregarded in modern science.

Dr Malcom Fairbairn, particle cosmologist at King's College London, said: "Ever since the concept of dark energy was first mentioned people have been trying to explain it or explain it away. It is a mystery and an inconvenience.

"This is one attempt at it. Whether it is right only time will tell."

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/6043414...ists-claim.html
Quote:"Ever since the concept of dark energy was first mentioned people have been trying to explain it or explain it away. It is a mystery and an inconvenience.






Dark energy may not actually exist, scientists claim - Easy Skanking - 08-20-2009

HA!
Dark energy is perhaps radiant energy that Bedini, Floyd Sweet and Tesla were experimenting with. This kind of energy exhibits characteristics of anti-gravity at higher voltages. This sounds like a good candidate as an opposing force to the gravitational attraction from the mass of the universe that would try to coalesce everything together. However, this constant expansion also might be left over inertia from The Big Splat at the beginning of this universe.

All I know is that science still only has a case specific ( i.e. this universe in a static time domain) view of how things work. There are still holes big enough to drive a galaxy through in the theories and "laws" that are currently held. Discrepancies in Present EM Theory


Dark energy may not actually exist, scientists claim - --- - 08-20-2009

Quote:This sounds like a good candidate as an opposing force

we are the resistance.


Dark energy may not actually exist, scientists claim - Krise - 08-21-2009

Quote:Dark energy is perhaps radiant energy that Bedini, Floyd Sweet and Tesla were experimenting with. This kind of energy exhibits characteristics of anti-gravity at higher voltages. This sounds like a good candidate as an opposing force to the gravitational attraction from the mass of the universe that would try to coalesce everything together.

That's exactly what Nassim Haramein says. Check out his works on the CC tracker.