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Dark Matter?
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The Starmaker
2018-03-28 06:48:31 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?


According to my observation...

it is darker than Blue.


You can easily perform an experiment..

and see for yourself

that dark matter is the color dark blue.


There are a number of experiments one can perform

to determine the color of dark matter...

(not that nobody has even bothered to ask, or know)


all experiments will give the same result, dark blue.


Simple observation and experiment will show that

dark matter color is darker than blue.




But, but...if you ask the Internet...you will get the wrong answer:


"Dark matter has no color, because it's transparent, so it is invisible."


If you ask your science teacher...you will get the wrong answer:


"Dark matter has no color, because it's transparent, so it is invisible."


But,

According to my observation...

it is darker than Blue.



Where do you guys learn physics from? science fiction teachers??
Libor Striz
1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Dark matter is misname.
Hidden matter is more exact.

What is dark absorbs light, like a dark object.
Dark matter does not absorb light.
Neither reflects light.
Neither refracts light.
Neither disperges light.
It does not interact with light, but via gravity.

What does not interact with light is not dark.

But, it can be a transparent foreground on a dark background.
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The Starmaker
2018-03-28 17:04:31 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Dark matter is misname.
Hidden matter is more exact.
What is dark absorbs light, like a dark object.
Dark matter does not absorb light.
Neither reflects light.
Neither refracts light.
Neither disperges light.
It does not interact with light, but via gravity.
What does not interact with light is not dark.
But, it can be a transparent foreground on a dark background.
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95 percent of the universe is Dark, it is not hidden..you can look up at night and see that it is dark.

It's called ...observation.

Perform this simple experiment...wait till night time, go outside and look up, is it dark?


Do you see the dark area (black) in the photograph of before and after the big bang?
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What color is the dark area?


You see red, you see green, ...where is the blue?


It's dark Blue! The dark matter is blue!!
http://pw1.netcom.com/~starmaker/before%20and%20after%20the%20big%20bang/untitled1.jpg

OBSERVATION.

don'cha no science???? wat kinda stupid science teach you have?
Post by Libor Striz
What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
You can easily perform an experiment..
and see for yourself
that dark matter is the color dark blue.
There are a number of experiments one can perform
to determine the color of dark matter...
(not that nobody has even bothered to ask, or know)
all experiments will give the same result, dark blue.
Simple observation and experiment will show that
dark matter color is darker than blue.
"Dark matter has no color, because it's transparent, so it is invisible."
"Dark matter has no color, because it's transparent, so it is invisible."
But,
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Where do you guys learn physics from? science fiction teachers??
The Starmaker
2018-03-28 17:17:46 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Dark matter is misname.
Hidden matter is more exact.
What is dark absorbs light, like a dark object.
Dark matter does not absorb light.
Neither reflects light.
Neither refracts light.
Neither disperges light.
It does not interact with light, but via gravity.
What does not interact with light is not dark.
But, it can be a transparent foreground on a dark background.
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95 percent of the universe is Dark, it is not hidden..you can look up at night and see that it is dark.
It's called ...observation.
Perform this simple experiment...wait till night time, go outside and look up, is it dark?
Do you see the dark area (black) in the photograph of before and after the big bang?
http://pw1.netcom.com/~starmaker/before%20and%20after%20the%20big%20bang/untitled1.jpg
What color is the dark area?
You see red, you see green, ...where is the blue?
It's dark Blue! The dark matter is blue!!
http://pw1.netcom.com/~starmaker/before%20and%20after%20the%20big%20bang/untitled1.jpg
OBSERVATION.
don'cha no science???? wat kinda stupid science teach you have?
Post by Libor Striz
What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
You can easily perform an experiment..
and see for yourself
that dark matter is the color dark blue.
There are a number of experiments one can perform
to determine the color of dark matter...
(not that nobody has even bothered to ask, or know)
all experiments will give the same result, dark blue.
Simple observation and experiment will show that
dark matter color is darker than blue.
"Dark matter has no color, because it's transparent, so it is invisible."
"Dark matter has no color, because it's transparent, so it is invisible."
But,
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Where do you guys learn physics from? science fiction teachers??
Now, this might come as a surprize to yous...but

before the big bang..
and
before the steady state universe..

the whole entire night dark matter universe
was once

all light blue.

Remember...that the big bang was the first creation of Red.
http://pw1.netcom.com/~starmaker/before%20and%20after%20the%20big%20bang/untitled1.jpg

You mix the colors before that blue and green and you get aqua...light blue.


The hidden matter is not...dark, it is the blue that is hidden.

Do you see the blue?
http://pw1.netcom.com/~starmaker/before%20and%20after%20the%20big%20bang/untitled1.jpg


That which you call..."hidden matter" is actually 'hidden blue'.

There are 3 primary colors, red, green, blue.

If you understand...Colors, you can understand the whole universe.


I should know...i know it all.
Siri Cruise
2018-03-28 20:23:54 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Darth Matter is Kylo Ren's Sith name.
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2018-03-29 01:04:14 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Darth Matter is Kylo Ren's Sith name.
YMMD!


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Libor Striz
1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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95 percent of the universe is Dark, it is not hidden..you can look up at night and see that it is dark.
It's called ...observation.
Perform this simple experiment...wait till night time, go outside and look up, is it dark?
Do you see the dark area (black) in the photograph of before and after the big bang?
http://pw1.netcom.com/~starmaker/before%20and%20after%20the%20big%20bang/untitled1.jpg
What color is the dark area?
You see red, you see green, ...where is the blue?
It's dark Blue! The dark matter is blue!!
http://pw1.netcom.com/~starmaker/before%20and%20after%20the%20big%20bang/untitled1.jpg
OBSERVATION.
don'cha no science???? wat kinda stupid science teach you have?
You have not really read and understood what I have written, have you ?
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The Starmaker
2018-03-30 03:38:13 UTC
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95 percent of the universe is Dark, it is not hidden..you can look up at night and see that it is dark.
It's called ...observation.
Perform this simple experiment...wait till night time, go outside and look up, is it dark?
Do you see the dark area (black) in the photograph of before and after the big bang?
http://pw1.netcom.com/~starmaker/before%20and%20after%20the%20big%20bang/untitled1.jpg
What color is the dark area?
You see red, you see green, ...where is the blue?
It's dark Blue! The dark matter is blue!!
http://pw1.netcom.com/~starmaker/before%20and%20after%20the%20big%20bang/untitled1.jpg
OBSERVATION.
don'cha no science???? wat kinda stupid science teach you have?
You have not really read and understood what I have written, have you ?
I understand ...perfectly.

You wrote: "Dark matter does not absorb light."


If the color of dark matter is Bue, it means it absorbs light.

You need to test dark matter to show if it turns... blue.

Try taking some dark matter, put it in a jar...shake it and it turns blue.


As for your so-called "hidden matter", ....that's hogwash!


The only hidden matter out there is probably hiding from You.


Nature does not play hide and seek.



Here is dark matter: you see red, you see green...where is the blue? It's the dark part! There's your dark matter.
http://pw1.netcom.com/~starmaker/before%20and%20after%20the%20big%20bang/untitled1.jpg

A simple test and observation..

If the stars are green, and the night sky (dark matter) is blue..then if you mix the dark matter with green,
you'll get the color lightblue/aqua....and the dark is gone.


Why is the sky Blue? Cause the night sky is blue.


Things are very simple.


Is that yous people complicate things...unnecessary.


When you find an answer...it turns out to be simplier than you thought.


Think Simple.
Libor Striz
1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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95 percent of the universe is Dark, it is not hidden..you can look up at night and see that it is dark.
It's called ...observation.
Perform this simple experiment...wait till night time, go outside and look up, is it dark?
Do you see the dark area (black) in the photograph of before and after the big bang?
http://pw1.netcom.com/~starmaker/before%20and%20after%20the%20big%20bang/untitled1.jpg
What color is the dark area?
You see red, you see green, ...where is the blue?
It's dark Blue! The dark matter is blue!!
http://pw1.netcom.com/~starmaker/before%20and%20after%20the%20big%20bang/untitled1.jpg
OBSERVATION.
don'cha no science???? wat kinda stupid science teach you have?
You have not really read and understood what I have written, have you ?
I understand ...perfectly.
Rather, not at all.
Neither you have any idea what astrophysicists mean by dark matter.
Post by The Starmaker
You wrote: "Dark matter does not absorb light."
I also wrote does not emit, does not reflect, does not interact.

Anything has blue colour,
if it emits visible light mainly in cca 430-480nm region,
or reflects such a light the most.

Dark matter like neutrinos does neither of above.
Post by The Starmaker
If the color of dark matter is Bue, it means it absorbs light.
If the colour of cow eggs is red,
it means cows lay eggs.
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Why is the sky Blue? Cause the night sky is blue.
Sancta simplicitas.
Google Rayleigh scattering.

It is because shorter wavelengths of blue light scatter on
molecules of air more than longer of red light.
That is also why raising or setting Sun is more red.
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The Starmaker
2018-03-30 17:50:59 UTC
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95 percent of the universe is Dark, it is not hidden..you can look up at night and see that it is dark.
It's called ...observation.
Perform this simple experiment...wait till night time, go outside and look up, is it dark?
Do you see the dark area (black) in the photograph of before and after the big bang?
http://pw1.netcom.com/~starmaker/before%20and%20after%20the%20big%20bang/untitled1.jpg
What color is the dark area?
You see red, you see green, ...where is the blue?
It's dark Blue! The dark matter is blue!!
http://pw1.netcom.com/~starmaker/before%20and%20after%20the%20big%20bang/untitled1.jpg
OBSERVATION.
don'cha no science???? wat kinda stupid science teach you have?
You have not really read and understood what I have written, have you ?
I understand ...perfectly.
Rather, not at all.
Neither you have any idea what astrophysicists mean by dark matter.
Post by The Starmaker
You wrote: "Dark matter does not absorb light."
I also wrote does not emit, does not reflect, does not interact.
Anything has blue colour,
if it emits visible light mainly in cca 430-480nm region,
or reflects such a light the most.
Dark matter like neutrinos does neither of above.
Post by The Starmaker
If the color of dark matter is Bue, it means it absorbs light.
If the colour of cow eggs is red,
it means cows lay eggs.
Post by The Starmaker
Why is the sky Blue? Cause the night sky is blue.
Sancta simplicitas.
Google Rayleigh scattering.
It is because shorter wavelengths of blue light scatter on
molecules of air more than longer of red light.
That is also why raising or setting Sun is more red.
shorter wavelengths of blue light is ...dark matter


it's very very short....it's the smallest unit of the chemical compound of dark matter.



To put it simply, the light sky blue is the foreground...the background is dark blue!
The Starmaker
2018-03-28 22:12:21 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Dark matter is misname.
Hidden matter is more exact.
What is dark absorbs light, like a dark object.
Dark matter does not absorb light.
Neither reflects light.
Neither refracts light.
Neither disperges light.
It does not interact with light, but via gravity.
What does not interact with light is not dark.
But, it can be a transparent foreground on a dark background.
You mean like what a fish sees...
The Starmaker
2018-03-28 22:53:08 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Dark matter is misname.
Hidden matter is more exact.
What is dark absorbs light, like a dark object.
Dark matter does not absorb light.
Neither reflects light.
Neither refracts light.
Neither disperges light.
It does not interact with light, but via gravity.
What does not interact with light is not dark.
But, it can be a transparent foreground on a dark background.
You mean like what a fish sees...
Of course, the universe of the fishes is the color...blue.
Libor Striz
1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Dark matter is misname.
Hidden matter is more exact.
What is dark absorbs light, like a dark object.
Dark matter does not absorb light.
Neither reflects light.
Neither refracts light.
Neither disperges light.
It does not interact with light, but via gravity.
What does not interact with light is not dark.
But, it can be a transparent foreground on a dark background.
You mean like what a fish sees...
Of course, the universe of the fishes is the color...blue.
With 2.7K, hardly blue.
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The Starmaker
2018-03-29 06:35:23 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Dark matter is misname.
Hidden matter is more exact.
What is dark absorbs light, like a dark object.
Dark matter does not absorb light.
Neither reflects light.
Neither refracts light.
Neither disperges light.
It does not interact with light, but via gravity.
What does not interact with light is not dark.
But, it can be a transparent foreground on a dark background.
You mean like what a fish sees...
Of course, the universe of the fishes is the color...blue.
With 2.7K, hardly blue.
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Then what color?
Libor Striz
1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Dark matter is misname.
Hidden matter is more exact.
What is dark absorbs light, like a dark object.
Dark matter does not absorb light.
Neither reflects light.
Neither refracts light.
Neither disperges light.
It does not interact with light, but via gravity.
What does not interact with light is not dark.
But, it can be a transparent foreground on a dark background.
You mean like what a fish sees...
Of course, the universe of the fishes is the color...blue.
With 2.7K, hardly blue.
Then what color?
Existence of colour other then black implies existence of
perceivable visible light.
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The Starmaker
2018-03-30 01:09:50 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Dark matter is misname.
Hidden matter is more exact.
What is dark absorbs light, like a dark object.
Dark matter does not absorb light.
Neither reflects light.
Neither refracts light.
Neither disperges light.
It does not interact with light, but via gravity.
What does not interact with light is not dark.
But, it can be a transparent foreground on a dark background.
You mean like what a fish sees...
Of course, the universe of the fishes is the color...blue.
With 2.7K, hardly blue.
Even from millions of miles away, it still looks like a blue dot...

that's a little more than 2.k
Libor Striz
1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Dark matter is misname.
Hidden matter is more exact.
What is dark absorbs light, like a dark object.
Dark matter does not absorb light.
Neither reflects light.
Neither refracts light.
Neither disperges light.
It does not interact with light, but via gravity.
What does not interact with light is not dark.
But, it can be a transparent foreground on a dark background.
You mean like what a fish sees...
Of course, the universe of the fishes is the color...blue.
With 2.7K, hardly blue.
Even from millions of miles away, it still looks like a blue dot...
that's a little more than 2.k
Not even 5800 K looks blue.
Universe is not the sky.
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The Starmaker
2018-03-30 03:42:24 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Dark matter is misname.
Hidden matter is more exact.
What is dark absorbs light, like a dark object.
Dark matter does not absorb light.
Neither reflects light.
Neither refracts light.
Neither disperges light.
It does not interact with light, but via gravity.
What does not interact with light is not dark.
But, it can be a transparent foreground on a dark background.
You mean like what a fish sees...
Of course, the universe of the fishes is the color...blue.
With 2.7K, hardly blue.
Even from millions of miles away, it still looks like a blue dot...
that's a little more than 2.k
Not even 5800 K looks blue.
Universe is not the sky.
You never heard of the...night sky????
Libor Striz
1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Dark matter is misname.
Hidden matter is more exact.
What is dark absorbs light, like a dark object.
Dark matter does not absorb light.
Neither reflects light.
Neither refracts light.
Neither disperges light.
It does not interact with light, but via gravity.
What does not interact with light is not dark.
But, it can be a transparent foreground on a dark background.
You mean like what a fish sees...
Of course, the universe of the fishes is the color...blue.
With 2.7K, hardly blue.
Even from millions of miles away, it still looks like a blue dot...
that's a little more than 2.k
Not even 5800 K looks blue.
Universe is not the sky.
You never heard of the...night sky????
You never heard about atmospherical effects ?

Deep universe has radiation temperature 2.7 K.

The night sky does not, as it is polluted by scattered light.
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The Starmaker
2018-03-30 17:30:57 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Dark matter is misname.
Hidden matter is more exact.
What is dark absorbs light, like a dark object.
Dark matter does not absorb light.
Neither reflects light.
Neither refracts light.
Neither disperges light.
It does not interact with light, but via gravity.
What does not interact with light is not dark.
But, it can be a transparent foreground on a dark background.
You mean like what a fish sees...
Of course, the universe of the fishes is the color...blue.
With 2.7K, hardly blue.
Even from millions of miles away, it still looks like a blue dot...
that's a little more than 2.k
Not even 5800 K looks blue.
Universe is not the sky.
You never heard of the...night sky????
You never heard about atmospherical effects ?
Deep universe has radiation temperature 2.7 K.
The night sky does not, as it is polluted by scattered light.
Scattered night is not harmful or poisinous to the universe...there is
no pollusion in the universe of scattered light.


It's ...'phony talk'.
Libor Striz
1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?
According to my observation...
it is darker than Blue.
Dark matter is misname.
Hidden matter is more exact.
What is dark absorbs light, like a dark object.
Dark matter does not absorb light.
Neither reflects light.
Neither refracts light.
Neither disperges light.
It does not interact with light, but via gravity.
What does not interact with light is not dark.
But, it can be a transparent foreground on a dark background.
You mean like what a fish sees...
If you mean dark matter is white with white background and black
with black background, then yes.

By other words, DM is like a PNG file with 100% transparency.
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Keith Stein
2018-03-30 07:09:29 UTC
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What color is...Dark Matter?
dark matter color is darker than blue.
"Dark matter has no color, because it's transparent, so it is invisible."
"Dark matter has no color,
FLAT ORBITAL VELOCITY CURVES OF SPIRAL GALAXIES

I suspect there could be a simple relationship of the form:

( constant orbital speed )^2 = K * mass of galaxy

I arrive at this by assuming that for spiral galaxies there is, in
addition to the usual Newtonian inverse square gravitation, an
additional inverse LINEAR relationship.

At normal distances the LINEAR TERM is clearly very small and can be
ignored, but obviously at very large distances the linear term will
dominate, and at sufficiently large distances the inverse square term
can be ignored.

At large distance from the galactic center (R) we may therefore write:

Centripetal Force = m * v^2 / R = K * M * m / R

Which gives us: v^2 = K * M

Note v is independent of R, so this would nicely explain the
FLAT ORBITAL VELOCITY CURVES OF SPIRAL GALAXIES eh!
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Where do you guys learn physics from? science fiction teachers??
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