Dark Energy: What It Is & Where It Comes From

March 11, 2011 · Posted in Physical Supernatural 

A Theory of Dark Energy, what it is and how it effects our evolving expanding Universe. I still do not know if I might be missing something or I forgotten a really important fact that could make this idea incorrect.

I want to post it up to see what kind of reactions I get from this idea/theory. What I think Dark Energy is, would be the lowest form of decayed particle or decayed energy/matter that the energy in (total that) our Universe can take. As it dilutes into space and in a sense has no where to go but into a very thin unusable patches of space, perhaps is the cause for it to stretch and expanded.

Think if you took just about a limitless amount of energy locked it into a very tiny volume and ignited it, what would be the natural effect if this volume is able to bend and stretch? I’m my mind the volume that locks this energy would inflate the amount of space due to the natural effects that time has with space.

As the energy ignites heats up and expands, more then likely all the anti-matter and matter interchanging at the time caused rapid particle decay and furthermore when quasar’s formed (I think every galaxy at some point in time was one) in the early Universe the huge energy given off from those decaying particles also took effect to the expansion of the universe.

So taking this concept of decaying particles and natural Entropy being seeds of Dark Energy, by looking out into space we can understand why we see the effects that we do. For instance why the Universe is expanding and the bigger mystery, why is it accelerating? When we look up into the night sky and see what kind of motion the galaxies are showing us, the reaction you get is that space is stretching allowing the distant galaxies to move faster the more distance they are from us.  

I think that it’s not space that’s causing itself to stretch the more distant we get, but in turn, the more stuff in between us and what were looking at in the distance, is the cause of the faster acceleration movement that we are detecting.  So Space isn’t causing space to accelerate and expand, but the amount of stuff diluting and decaying in between us and the object is the cause for acceleration expansion.  

It is a very simple idea and it does connect will all the data and effects that we see in all reaches of space (that I know of). So that is my theory of what Dark Energy is. It is not space causing space to stretch, but all the energy/matter/particles in the universe being used up and decaying between us and distance objects is what is causing the acceleration effect. (The more decay the faster it is) Distance galaxies are older then we can see, due to slow light travel, At this time those galaxies could be decaying faster then we can see, even though the galaxy my look young and new.

In reality they are older then our own Milky Way. Amount of decay increases with time and the more stuff u have decaying between you and another object determines that amount of new space being stretched.  

There can also be a distance where gravity starts to lose it grip because the amount of gravitation force is decreasing due to large amounts of energy/matter being used up. Large clusters of galaxies close enough will fall to one another due to gravity, but when your dealing with huge amounts of matter and huge distances, gravity isn’t a strong enough force to draw objects at these great distances together but the force of gravity is still influencing its effect, in other words the matter is still inverting gravity, but the material is so far apart that the overall decay(or all the fuel in stars being used up in total) is causing gravity to weaken the farther a large sum a matter gets from another large sum matter. So instead of gravity causing a pulling force, with huge distances combined with large amounts of decaying matter/energy or fuel being used up, cause’s large/huge clusters far from one another to accelerate away rather then slow from gravity.

This may be a way to test this expansion particle theory and it has to do with measuring the distance of galaxies and detecting the amount of quasar’s in a certain area of the sky.

For instance, locate an area in the sky that is dense with quasars. Then look(at the same distance) in the opposite direction located from it and same distance area to area of the sky that has much less quasar’s so there is two area’s of the sky equal distance’s apart from Earth.

Now if space is causing itself to stretch the same uniform way all threw out space then these galaxies with quasars compared to the opposite part of the sky with less quasars, being both at the same distance they should be moving at same speed being the same distance and giving space accelerates the same everywhere.  

Now if this test experiment is possible then after measuring the speeds of galaxies containing active galactic nuclei and comparing them to galaxies at the other end of space at the same distance and turn out to have different speeds, then that could be proof that this theory is correct, if the speeds are the same moving away from us at both distances, then the accelerating expansion is universally uniform all throughout space/time and this test idea is no good.  

Now if the speeds of the galaxies with quasars are moving at a faster speed compare to galaxies without quasars opposite to the position of the sky, it would be safe to say this Idea/Theory is correct, due to more rapid decay of particles is causing space/time itself to expand faster. (This quasar speed test still has not been carried out).

There is another possible way to test the decay of particles and conclude It is the reaction that any form of particle has to the volume within and around the space in witch it occupies.

For instance, take any metal, gas, liquid, or particle and completely contain It and the reaction over time should be the same for each and every one. They all should preform some sort of evaporation proccess and cause an expanding pressure. In

Conclusion this would also be proof of the decay of particles(example: entropy) is resulting to the Dark Energy that Mankind has recently discovered. In addition this could also be a cause for Alan Guths theory of inflation, by imagining in the early Universe when the black holes were forming and there was lots of quasars, prior all matter/anti-matter interchanging just after the moment of creation, hyper decay of particles everywhere in the Universe would ignite a rapid inflation.

The Uniform Factors of Dark Energy:

Uniform Singularity starting point
Uniform non-creating non-destroy-able Energy
Uniform Temperature
Uniform Particle Decay and Energy being used up,
Uniform Space/time Accelerating Expansion.

2 Responses to “Dark Energy: What It Is & Where It Comes From”

  1. Paul on April 8th, 2011 3:40 am

    At the Sun's core, nuclear fusion produces enormous amounts of energy, through the process of converting hydrogen nuclei into helium nuclei (nuclear fusion).

    Although the nuclear output of the sun is not entirely consistent, each second the Sun converts about 600,000,000 tons of hydrogen nuclei into helium nuclei. These fusion reactions convert part of these atoms' mass (roughly 4 million tons) into energy, and release an enormous amount of this heat and light energy into the Solar System. In these fusion reactions, the Sun loses 4 million tons of mass each second.

    This is how much matter/energy is being used up in just our Sun alone , Now if you take into account all the Stars in all the galaxies between us and the objects we see, add it all up and that is a huge amount of matter/energy being used up every second! You do the math , how much matter/energy is being used up in total out there(in every star we see)? Gravity at certain distances pulls, but add up all the mass being lost in total throughout all the stars in all the galaxies, you can understand why vast distant galaxies would accelerate away rather then slow do to gravity.

    Same goes for Quasars….. Or Active Galactic Nuclei……

  2. Trickster on December 6th, 2012 2:34 pm

    The "basest" sort of particle to which your hypothesis would apply would be the photon, to which everything is expected to decay eventually (after the last of the black holes dissipate, unfathomably far in the future). Photons don't stretch space, though. Gravity does "stretch" space in a sense, but this is a rough and whimsical description of a more specific mathematical model.

    In any case, dark energy is entirely separate from particles. Particle decay does not shed energy so it can't be the source of dark energy. Dark energy is not a form of matter, and it isn't a manifestation of any of the known forces. It is expected to be a characteristic of space, either the same at all places or varying dynamically; sort of like how gravity affects space, but dark energy is not dependent upon mass or any other sort of particle charge.

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