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Rumours that first Dark Matter particle found Options
Posted: Thursday, December 10, 2009 10:58:05 AM
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Posted: Saturday, December 12, 2009 6:50:01 AM

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But programmed reality is an easier (occam's razor) explanation. Ervin Lazlo, in his book Science and the Akashic Field: An Integral Theory of Everything (Inner Traditions International, 2004) wrote:

“There is no reasonable explanation in 'BB [big bang] theory' for the observed flatness of the universe; for the missing mass in it; for the accelerating expansion of galaxies; for the coherence of some basic cosmic ratios; and for the 'horizon problem,' the uniformity of the macrostructures throughout cosmic space. The problem known as the 'tuning of the constants' is particularly vexing. The three dozen or more physical parameters of the universe are so finely tuned that together they create the highly improbable conditions under which life can emerge... These are all puzzles of coherence, and they raise the possibility that this universe did not arise in the context of a random fluctuation of the underlying quantum vacuum. Instead, it may have been born in the womb of a prior 'meta-universe'... [i.e.] a vaster, more fundamental universe that is behind or beyond the universe we observe and inhabit.”
“The staggering coherence of our universe tells us that all its stars and galaxies are interconnected in some way. And the astonishing fine-tuning of the physical laws and constants of our universe suggests that at its birth our universe may have been connected with prior universes...”

Posted: Saturday, December 12, 2009 7:15:38 PM

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I like that neutralinos, currently the most favored candidate for dark matter, are their own antiparticles, making dark matter-driven spaceships remotely feasible:

Makes my anti-Nitrogen cruiser look like a moped.
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