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    Default Dark energy may be the result of accelerating matter

    The fact that Two bodies that are placed at a distance in space with no motion relative to the other will still come together! If for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction, the acceleration of two" motionless" bodies toward each other shows that acceleration (Away from matter) is a property of space-time.

    Cause, while Gravity may be the reason for the acceleration, it doesn't carry the information of that acceleration. That would be impressed on space-time, in the form of "equal and opposite reaction" -to the physical movement of those bodies.

    Matter, from the start, is subjected to a lifetime of accelerating cosmic events, the big bang, the fusion of energy into the elements inside of stars, there is the Super nova, accretion disks, pulsars, black holes and even particle decay. All of this acceleration would have an "equal and opposite" reaction and to me there is no place for this to go except to be impressed on space-time, sending it in the opposite direction of matter.

    I think that Dark matter is a condensed form of space-time that surrounds matter. As a body is accelerated, dark matter expands to become space-time. The space-time records this information(the equal and opposite force of the acceleration), as Dark energy. Assuring the conservation of energy.

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    Default Re: Dark energy may be the result of accelerating matter

    David Hawkins, you've actually got three threads going on this same topic- would it be alright if I merged them?
    To keep it tidy and easy to follow...
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    Default Re: Dark energy may be the result of accelerating matter

    I did think about this then i saw an article on this that stated it didnt matter to gravity. Due to the explosion happeneing while travelling. Not to say that OUR universe is traviling at a certian speed which makes our grav diff from the rest.

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    Default Re: Dark energy may be the result of accelerating matter

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason me View Post
    I did think about this then i saw an article on this that stated it didnt matter to gravity. Due to the explosion happeneing while travelling. Not to say that OUR universe is traviling at a certian speed which makes our grav diff from the rest.
    It's hard to tell considering your rather poor wording but:
    There is no theory that says the Universe exploded.
    If spacetime itself is traveling at any speed, that is not relativistic and irrelevant to what you are trying to relate it to.

    You clearly have a lot of serious misconceptions about cosmology.
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