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    Seeing How Galaxies, solar systems and various other Phenomena seem to propagate toward flatness(disks), Could a particle also?
    If Dark matter were flat particles could they slip detection? Could Dark matter be flat antimatter where the particle is at rest , and
    provides the 2-dimentional aspects of our universe, which we would see little of, as it would not interact with normal matter.
    We could surmise it to be flat and boundless and it really wouldn't matter because it would still not exist as a part of our reality in
    any direct manner of interaction. But, as soon as an ordinary, "normalized particle" moves, or accelerates at all through its median,
    the 2-Dimentional properties, now become the 3-Dimentional realities of space and time, allowing for the instantaneous creation of
    "space-time" anywhere in our universe where movement takes place, and providing the needed space for further particle movement. . .
    . . This would suggest that the 2-dimentional dark matter particle- ...is at rest. . .
    Sense It was at rest and was not part of our reality, it knows no time and has only dimensionless properties which do not interact with
    normal matter, and we can realize this as; the particle being "squared", (^2). And, its only when Dark Energy is imparted to it, by the movement of
    normal matter particle, dragging the flat particle into a 3-dimentional existence, and its properties are now: 1) time-because time begins
    for it, it now exists in reality. 2) space- as it now has mass and is 3-dimentional, 3) Dark energy- as it is dragged into a 3rd dimension by
    the motion of a normalized particle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Hawkins View Post
    Seeing How Galaxies, solar systems and various other Phenomena seem to propagate toward flatness(disks), Could a particle also?
    Curently, observational evidence demonstrates that all particles are 3 dimensional. Large structures like galaxies can, over time, 'flatten' out due to momentum and gravitational effects but they don't always (Elliptical galaxies, superclusters, etc.) and even then are still 3D.

    Quote Originally Posted by David Hawkins View Post
    If Dark matter were flat particles could they slip detection? Could Dark matter be flat antimatter where the particle is at rest , and
    provides the 2-dimentional aspects of our universe, which we would see little of, as it would not interact with normal matter.
    We could surmise it to be flat and boundless and it really wouldn't matter because it would still not exist as a part of our reality in
    any direct manner of interaction. But, as soon as an ordinary, "normalized particle" moves, or accelerates at all through its median,
    the 2-Dimentional properties, now become the 3-Dimentional realities of space and time, allowing for the instantaneous creation of
    "space-time" anywhere in our universe where movement takes place, and providing the needed space for further particle movement. . .
    . . This would suggest that the 2-dimentional dark matter particle- ...is at rest. . .
    Sense It was at rest and was not part of our reality, it knows no time and has only dimensionless properties which do not interact with
    normal matter, and we can realize this as; the particle being "squared", (^2). And, its only when Dark Energy is imparted to it, by the movement of
    normal matter particle, dragging the flat particle into a 3-dimentional existence, and its properties are now: 1) time-because time begins
    for it, it now exists in reality. 2) space- as it now has mass and is 3-dimentional, 3) Dark energy- as it is dragged into a 3rd dimension by
    the motion of a normalized particle.
    You never fail to make me question things and I appreciate that.
    But on this one,the short answer is, No.

    If Dark Matter were to have manifested in 2D, it would not interact with gravity. The whole reason Dark Matter was hypothesized in the first place was because of a noticeable gravitational effect.
    If Dark Matter was 2D until it interacted with normalized matter, as you put it, then we would not see that gravitational effect previously mentioned except in bits and pockets and our galaxy would fly apart at the seams.

    There are a lot more problems with '2D matter,' but this gets the idea across...
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    [/QUOTE] There are a lot more problems with '2D matter,' but this gets the idea across...[QUOTE]

    Thanks, I'll scrap this one. . . . .I trust you.

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    Default Re: How it came to be ...#2

    Thanks for the vote of confidence.
    But you can visualize the problem with a Gravity Well... which requires three dimensions... and reach the same conclusion.
    --Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges--
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