SILICON VALLEY, April 26, 2011 (AScribe Newswire) — This is the fourth anniversary of a scientific article entitled “Dual-Dark-Matter Phenomenon Discovered: Our Galaxy Cluster May Emit Both Extreme Ultraviolet [EUV] and Infrared Light.” It was written by Bell Labs-educated inventor and applied physicist Jerome Drexler and was distributed widely in an AScribe Newswire on April 16, 2007. Today, it is possible to announce that astronomical data confirms that the dark matter of the universe emits detectable photons.
This conclusion is based upon astronomical research reported in five scientific papers by three different groups of astronomers in the US and Europe, which matched Drexler’s April 2007 predictions for photon emission from dark matter at two specific photon wavelengths. Today’s dark-matter-photon-emission report represents a serious challenge to both the Lambda CDM dark matter theory and to the MOND modified-gravitational theory that try to account for the mysterious movements of galaxies in clusters and stars in galaxies. Read More