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The Mystery of Dark Matter (2012)

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The more we observe about the workings of the universe, the more we reveal the extent of our ignorance. To understand the workings of the galaxies requires the belief in the existence of dark matter, something we can neither see nor, yet, detect.

In our physical models, the weight of all observable matter (stars, galaxies, etc.) accounts for just 5% of the universe, whereas an invisible, unknown matter that no tool has ever been able to detect appears to populate the universe on a massive scale. Yet, based on what we think we know, without the presence of dark matter galaxies would fly apart.

The filmmakers follow several physicists and cosmologists in their colossal experiments to capture a particle of dark matter, without success to date. And the scientists all recognize how little we truly understand about the cosmos.

Cécile Denjean
English

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ofarrellet, posted on June 13, 2016

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After viewing the video, it is apparent that we are focusing on a much to narrow of an observation. The movement of the World (universe) that we can see is a combination of a lot of things. First we have the gravity, magnetism, space, and matter of our own World—the Positive Physical World. Second, we have the gravity, magnetism, space, and matter of the Negative Physical World—Dark Matter (We would be their Dark Matter). And, we have the Dark World which is without any time, space, light, matter or gravity. The Dark World is made of Pure Energy—traveling faster than the speed of light (Dark Energy)—and magnetism all of which keeps the two Physical Worlds apart, but with the interaction of the three Worlds holds everything together. Often however, it appears that we confuse the Dark Matter and the Dark Energy and their effects on our World (probably because they all act together). Again, this is all explained much more fully in my book “A SPIRITUAL ADVENTURE” and in my blogs at http://earlthomasuniversepublications.com – Dare Or Dare Stay Category – A Spiritual Adventure Series.

ofarrellet, posted on June 13, 2016

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The comment posted by Mikesil is correct. Dark Matter is a separate dimension. Not only is it a separate dimension, it is a separate World (or what most people would consider a universe). We are in the Positive Physical World. Dark Matter is the Negative Physical World (composed of matter made from atoms with a negative core and positive electrons. Much like Dark Energy is the Dark World. It is a World only of Pure Energy traveling faster than the speed of light. All three Worlds exist in the Physical Universe together, but separate and apart—invisible to each other, without interference to each other, but influencing each other. It’s all explained much more fully in my book “A SPIRITUAL ADVENTURE” and in my blogs at http://earlthomasuniversepublications.com – Dare Or Dare Stay Category – A Spiritual Adventure Series.

mikesil, posted on June 3, 2016

It is in a different dimension, as long as you try to look for it using third dimensional equipment you will never find it. It is here all around us, it is what lets us breath and be. Torsion fields are the true picture of life particle but they need to find it in a different dimension. It gives us life and the reason to be reborn over and over again.

qualteam, posted on June 1, 2016

Instead of looking for clumps of something or nothing, scientists should be looking for fields that David Wilcock and many others have discovered.

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