Dark Matter Emits Photons; Astronomers See Red Dark Matter Halos and Galaxy Clusters’ EUV/Soft X-Rays

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 »

‘Cosmic Inflation’ May Be Caused by Big Bang Firing Relativistic-Baryon Dark Matter Into the Universe

SILICON VALLEY, Calif., April 20, 2011 (AScribe Newswire) — The purpose of this scientific article is to announce a particle physics mechanism that could cause and explain “cosmic inflation.” No competing particle physics mechanism has been announced to date. According to applied physicist/inventor Jerome Drexler, it appears that “cosmic inflation” was a natural consequence of the big bang firing relativistic-baryon (protons and helium nuclei) dark matter into the universe.

Cosmology deals with the origin, structure and space-time relationships of the universe. Cosmology includes a number of significant cosmic phenomena and cosmic systems including “cosmic inflation,” which is the theorized exponential expansion of the universe that began mysteriously almost immediately after the big bang and ended shortly afterward. “Cosmic inflation” is not related to dark energy and the accelerating expansion of the universe. Read More »

Relativistic-Baryon Dark Matter Creates Dark Energy via Synchrotron Emission of Photons, Says Drexler

SILICON VALLEY, April 11, 2011 (AScribe Newswire) — An explanation for “dark energy” and for the accelerating expansion of the universe, discovered in 1998, begins in 1916 when Albert Einstein announced his General Theory of Relativity. This was followed by the publication in 1922 of solutions to Einstein’s General Relativity equation by a Russian mathematician Alexsandr Friedmann. Friedmann’s key insight was that there was no unique solution to Einstein’s equations, rather there was a whole family of solutions possible.

This family of solutions thus allowed for different cosmological models for different model universes. Following the 1998 discovery of the accelerating expansion of the universe, physicists searching for an explanation ignored some of Friedmann’s astronomical assumptions and adopted a Friedmann solution as the explanation. Let us consider whether that was justified. Read More »

Drexler’s Dark Matter Cosmology Boosted by Study of Cosmic-Ray Proton/Helium Spectra by PAMELA

SILICON VALLEY, Calif., March 29, 2011 (AScribe Newswire) — The March 3 announcement of PAMELA’s cosmic-ray proton and helium measurements, by 60 European researchers, confirms a key 2003 prediction and key feature of Jerome Drexler’s dark matter cosmology, also known as postmodern cosmology. The researcher’s scientific paper entitled, “PAMELA Measurements of Cosmic-Ray Proton and Helium Spectra,” was published in Sciencexpress.

The European collaboration PAMELA took measurements of cosmic-ray proton and helium nuclei spectra and confirmed that neither of these two species of relativistic particles could have been accelerated by shock waves to such high energies via supernova explosions. Supernova shock acceleration of cosmic-ray particles had been the mainstream theory for many years. This leaves the big bang as the only feasible ultra-high-energy accelerating mechanism to explain the source of these ultra-high-energy cosmic-ray particles. Drexler discovered this via cosmology and astrophysics in 2002 and announced it in 2003. Read More »