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Thread: Does Electro-magnitism divided by Dark energy, equal Normal Matter ?

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    Default Does Electro-magnitism divided by Dark energy, equal Normal Matter ?

    Would it make any sense to say that: Electro-magnetism divided by Dark energy= the amount of Normal Matter in the universe?

    or that: The speed of light to the power of 6 = electro magnetism and when divided by Dark Energy=The amount of normal matter in the Universe

    OR THAT: Electro-magnetism divided by Dark Energy = Gravity

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    Default Re: Does Electro-magnitism divided by Dark energy, equal Normal Matter ?

    No, that wouldn't make sense. For one, what do you mean "Electromagnetism divided by dark energy?" neither of those are numerical values, so you couldn't possibly get a number as a result. Also, how does the speed of light to the power of 6 "equal" electromagnetism? Electromagnetism isn't a number. And, once again, it is meaningless to say "Electromagnetism divided by dark energy" because neither of those are numerical values. How would that equal anything? What does it mean to equal gravity?

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