# Thread: Dark energy is trapped in space in the form of time. Time is trapped in matter=space

1. ## Dark energy is trapped in space in the form of time. Time is trapped in matter=space

Dark Energy is captured by Dark Matter and converted to space. So, dark energy is trapped in space in the form of time. Time is trapped in normal matter in the form of space.

The fusion of energy into the elements greatly increases its size, but it takes a long time. As you loose space, you gain time, and if you gain time - you've been accelerated. And this is shown through Angular Momentum. AS speed increases so must time.

The next part is my attempt to explain the HOW? part.

The acceleration of "normal matter" into the dark matter particle splits the particle, splaying it open inside-out and the transfer of that acceleration is also a transfer of time. Now you've taken it from a point like particle and flattened it into a wave form of Space,- with time infused into it in the form of space, and acceleration infused into it in the form of time. We interpret as this as Dark Energy - a property of space.

At the quantum level this is shown as: 1/1=1 at the 2-dimention level it is: E=MC^2 at the 3-dimentional level it becomes: Dark Matter^2=Normal matter/Dark Energy or: .268^2 = .049 / .683

2. ## Re: Dark energy is trapped in space in the form of time. Time is trapped in matter=sp

For STR, vt' IS an acceleration; in fact, an interaction from initial state m0 = ct to m' = ct'.
Not only that, m0=ct is an acceleration from m0 = 0

For Einstein, "curvature" is an interaction with stuff that already has all its interactions accounted for.... (he can only fantasize about this by (Planck's constant) h -> 0 as in calculus....

(he actually changes the mass creation rate c (and later tries to change t from its local values to "understand the face of god"), but thinks it is curvature....

Dark energy/matter (state changes) is just stuff you don't see directly ....
(whatever THAT means inter-galactically...

3. ## Re: Dark energy is trapped in space in the form of time. Time is trapped in matter=sp

Math is great. What if the science was worng about dark energy and matter. That puts the math incorrect at best. Wong at its worst. 0 = an infinate number, sure u can sole the equation. Although it might be a fools errand Chk.)

4. ## Re: Dark energy is trapped in space in the form of time. Time is trapped in matter=sp

Originally Posted by Jason me
What if the science was worng about dark energy and matter. That puts the math incorrect at best. Wong at its worst.
In the performance of the Scientific Method, you get the luxury of being wrong sometimes.
Theories or models are not perfect things nor are they expected to be. Rather than strive for perfection, they strive for accuracy.
The ideas of "dark energy and dark matter" are both hypotheses and not theory.
Could those hypotheses be wrong? Of course.

5. ## Re: Dark energy is trapped in space in the form of time. Time is trapped in matter=sp

Originally Posted by Neverfly
In the performance of the Scientific Method, you get the luxury of being wrong sometimes.
Theories or models are not perfect things nor are they expected to be. Rather than strive for perfection, they strive for accuracy.
The ideas of "dark energy and dark matter" are both hypotheses and not theory.
Could those hypotheses be wrong? Of course.
Isn't it more that we label 2 phenomena those things and the issue is more we know SOMETHING is there, but no clue what it really is?

6. ## Re: Dark energy is trapped in space in the form of time. Time is trapped in matter=sp

Originally Posted by emperorzelos
Isn't it more that we label 2 phenomena those things and the issue is more we know SOMETHING is there, but no clue what it really is?
We really could debate this one...
For example, Dark Matter: There is evidence that something is there by observation (your link in the other thread pointing to galaxy rotation curve); but there may be a different cause for what we are seeing than a non-interacting or weak-interacting form of matter.

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