Weitter Duckss Posted June 27, 2014 #1 Share Posted June 27, 2014 It follows subtopics that is clear to every scientist and layman in the world except me. You good fun, I call myself an ambulance ... why are in black? WHY IS THE UNIVERSE DARK? The universe is a vast space that is not very easy to illuminate, though, because the stellar objects are very far from each other. Nevertheless, a basic problem is not the vast space, but the light itself. The light comes from the Sun to the planets and to all the other objects of our system. Since the intensity of light decreases with the increase of distance, already behind Pluto it is rather dark. When we gaze at the sky at night, we can easily conclude that the range of light is very long (Andromeda is seen with bare eyes, even though it is more than 2 million of light-years far from us). Satellites and telescopes can detect light that has been travelling for more than 13 billion of light-years. It is estimated there are some 200 billion of stars in our galaxy only. So many stars that emit light to the endless distances, and yet, we barely have some light. It is enough to leave the atmosphere of Earth to find yourself in the darkness. That is a paradox of the conventional definitions of light. We can see that the Moon reflects the light coming from the Sun and then it comes to Earth, but it is pitch dark between these objects. Maybe there are no photons, which are, namely, light itself, but the light from the Sun reaches Pluto, too, and travels even further into the space – how come it does not illuminate among planets and other objects, but only on their surfaces? It seems that light must be some kind of a magician or some unnatural force when its photons illuminate at some places and don’t illuminate at others. The photons lurk outside the atmosphere; they stalk us from the dark and you are finished unless you have good protective equipment (a protective suit, not a sun lotion). By the definition, a photon should be the light and the carrier of heat, which is a fact that becomes obvious the moment you get out to the sunlight. Then how come that it is warmer closer to the ground than in the mountains or outside the atmosphere? If a countless quantity of them sets out from the surface of Sun, why can they only be seen on the objects, but not up, in “the vacuum?” Why they don’t illuminate there, too? A photon is only another delusion, firmly set in the foundations of physics. Obviously, something else is here present because the term “photon”, both as a particle or a particle and wave, does not correspond to the truth, since the photon does not exist. If we compare it to the light, than the light itself would not exist and therefore, the speed of light would not exist either. There are only waves, matter (the visible one) and the event, occurring in the collisions of waves and matter, the product of which is known as the light. The speed of light exists as long as there is matter and when the matter is gone, the light is gone, too, and if there is no light, it is pointless to talk about its speed. The waves in the collision with the particles (matter) by their blows (work) create friction among the particles, which manifests as the light and heat. Dark matter, which exists among the celestial objects, even though it carries a wave, it decreases its intensity proportionally to the distance increase. It is almost a classical situation: if vacuum really existed, the intensity would not be decreased because there would be nothing to decrease it. The further the wave travels, the weaker it gets; that is why there is a sunset and a very cold weather on Pluto. A lack of atmosphere is another disadvantage to it. Coldness is a characteristic of the dark matter. The lower intensity of the waves, the lower is the temperature, too; that is why the temperature in the Oort cloud ranges from 4 to 12°K and that of the background radiation, which comes from the surface of the universe, is below 3°K. Since there is no charge in the dark matter, it can not support or produce friction and, as a consequence, neither light nor heat. That is why the universe is dark and cold – it is a basic state of matter which has a mass, but does not have a charge. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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