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PostPosted: Wed Jul 12, 2006 3:08 pm    Post subject: Unraveling the mystery of dark energy Reply with quote

An ordinary perspective is hard to get noticed.

Dark energy arises from rotation of large volumes of mass,
as hurricanes, mass accumulates in the environment,
and when large enough, for some reason as a system
of mass, it begins to rotate.

I have contacted Michio Kaku in email, and he wrote back
wondering why only 10 percent of mass is visible in our
galaxy.

What is dark energy?

When large volumes of mass gain self-rotation in an environment,
certain forces arise. The particles in a hurricane do not clearly
orbit around the nucleus of the hurricane.

And then taking a look at spirial galaxies, well, there is that
large volume of mass which is large enough in comparison to
small elliptic galaxies to see, that only because of its large
size it rotates, swirls like a hurricane.

Swirls. Swirling is not something which allows particles
(Sun masses) to simply orbit around a nucleus as seen
with planets in solar systems. Swirling, when a very large
volume of mass takes on its own inertia and begins
rotating.

So how did I arrive to explaining dark energy from this
picture?

Well, when a large object begins to rotate, the swirling
in case of hurricanes and spiral galaxies carry clear
similarities. Tails. And so one can imagine how a galaxy
swirls through space, evolving in shape somewhat
chaotically and violently, the force of swirling seems to
have energies that are highly turbulant and Godly powerful.

So its hard to figure where to look as a scientist. There
is this gravitational connection beetween all the Suns
in a galaxy, and the galaxy evolves, moves as one object.
When it comes to spiral galaxies, the system is of
swirling nature, rotating as a whole, and this is where
when I look at hurricane tails or films of fast-running
hurrianes, a day played in 10 seconds, that I analyze
and find that the particles (Suns) in a spiral galaxy don't
simply orbit around a galaxy nucleus when a large object
is swirling on its own.

Then we kind of figure, that swirling carries dynamics aside
from ordinary orbits, and the mystic dark energy should
be then related to the dynamics of swirling rather free
orbits of Suns around a galaxy nucleus. These
dynamics over-ride the inertial energies, so strongly,
that the energy behind a spiral galaxy is 9 times
greater than the mass alone. Remember the energy
of hurricanes. And the point of a swirling galaxy is that
its more than just its mass, the the galaxy itself is
based on very powerful inertiality of a hurricane-like
swirling.

A hurricane tightens, builds up high currents, the
same can be seen with the spiraling tails of galaxies,
these currents exist with spiral galaxies, and the
inertiality of large-scale fields, inertial fields of the
galaxy itself over-ride the ordinary peaceful gravitational
aspects of quiet orbiting of Suns around the nucleus
of the galaxy. Instead, this strong energy binding
the galaxy, the energy recognized as dark energy
exist and derived from the swirling of the galaxy.

That is where dark energy can be found, as
inertial fields, not only gravitational paths of objects,
but an energy which is there, and seen but not
understood, especially its powers.

The inertial fields, or dark energy fields can be
observed in the attached image, and what can be
found is that if an object approaches a spiral galaxy
by its edge, the inertial forces should move the
object toward right or left before reaching the galaxy.

These are like magnetic forces, that an object which
lays ahead may not necessarily pull, but if its
large enough, it may first push away, and the currents
are nicely organized, or chaotically evolving.

George Bajszar
(banned everywhere like jewish writers in the USA in
the 60's, claiming I offer no scientific basis)
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 12, 2006 3:19 pm    Post subject: Re: Unraveling the mystery of dark energy Reply with quote

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There are a lot of self-righteous a*****le teachers,
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2006 9:49 pm    Post subject: Re: Unraveling the mystery of dark energy Reply with quote

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