Re: Are black holes and dark matter the same?

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David Dalton

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Dec 29, 2021, 12:34:19 AM12/29/21
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On Dec 21, 2021, Jan Panteltje wrote on sci.physics
(in article <sprppr$ot3$1...@gioia.aioe.org>):

> Are black holes and dark matter the same?
> https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/12/211220120813.htm

From a post by me on January 5, 1995 on the
Fumbling Towards Ecstasy mailing list on which
Sarah McLachlan fans talked about a variety of
topics, including her music at times:

"Ore, the sun is like the small bright flame at the top of a tall dark
candle much of which has little effect on local gravity but much
effect at large distances, and I bet effect on local gravidity. So
the sun is locally sensitive, but the true power lies in accessing
the hidden dark G-string with the proper resonances. This may
be related to singing to the standing stones of the orkney isles,
in that perhaps ancient lovers used such aural resonances to
get their lovers to come, as in the Loreena McKennitt song
(about pierced basal chakras? batteries included? no, w2rong, later).”

Ha.

In the above the small bright flame is the 3-D intersection
and the tall dark candle is in higher dimensions, I think.

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Jan Panteltje

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Dec 29, 2021, 2:40:42 AM12/29/21
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On a sunny day (Wed, 29 Dec 2021 02:04:17 -0330) it happened David Dalton
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>On Dec 21, 2021, Jan Panteltje wrote on sci.physics
>(in article <sprppr$ot3$1...@gioia.aioe.org>):
>
>> Are black holes and dark matter the same?
>> https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/12/211220120813.htm
>
>From a post by me on January 5, 1995 on the
>Fumbling Towards Ecstasy mailing list on which
>Sarah McLachlan fans talked about a variety of
>topics, including her music at times:
>
>"Ore, the sun is like the small bright flame at the top of a tall dark
>candle much of which has little effect on local gravity but much
>effect at large distances, and I bet effect on local gravidity. So
>the sun is locally sensitive, but the true power lies in accessing
>the hidden dark G-string with the proper resonances. This may
>be related to singing to the standing stones of the orkney isles,
>in that perhaps ancient lovers used such aural resonances to
>get their lovers to come, as in the Loreena McKennitt song
>(about pierced basal chakras? batteries included? no, w2rong, later).â
>
>Ha.

Ni text :-)


>In the above the small bright flame is the 3-D intersection
>and the tall dark candle is in higher dimensions, I think.

There is string theory, a mathematical journey to explain everything by adding
ever more dimensions (if I got it right).
My job was fault finding in complex systems (electronics) for many years..
I cannot help seeing faults in today's physics.
If you look at gravity and electromagnetism and the fact the physics current hero Albert E.
could not unite those:
how about if Le Sage theory is basically (I say basically because many had a go at it and failed
or ran into contradictions) was right and electromagnetism is just a state of the Le Sage particle?
I have read gravity moves at the speed of light, now that IS a clue.
When we found out how the atom works (electrons spinning around a core) things became a lot simpler
when we found that the planets orbited the sun things became a lot simpler (epicycles fell).
So Le Sage particles as carrier of EM radiation simplifies a lot
and no extra silly dimensions needed like many universes some in which you have 3 legs...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Le_Sage's_theory_of_gravitation
I could be wrong, but its the simplest answer.



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