Dark Matter Engineering
American Journal of Physics and Applications
Volume 3, Issue 3, May 2015, Pages: 106-111
Received: May 4, 2015; Accepted: May 13, 2015; Published: May 27, 2015
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Edwin Zong, Medicine Department Oasis Medical Group, Bakersfield, USA
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The dark matter is the product of a constructive cycle of the universe. Similar to our visible mass, our dark matter is a result of photosynthesis immediately after a big bang. The big bang Nucleosynthesis is a well-established fact in our physics⑴. The author has subsequently linked gamma ray blast to our big bang⑵. Based on the conservation law of mass, our galaxies must come from particles generated from a big bang, rather than from nothing. More specifically, our nucleon and sub-nuclear particles are all from photons, because the photons are the only option for linking our mass to a big bang of high energy particles! The dark matter is the first congregation of photons immediately after a big bang! The visible galaxies appear later. The mechanism behind segregation of photons with similar wavelength/frequencies plays a critical role for forming protons, neutrons, black matter and so on. It is the emulsion power that bundles photons in the emulsion soup of electrons in a particle world! What confuses people is our perception of photon – how flying particles at speed of light “settle down” and become part of emulsion soup/mass. The mass or quarks sit there orbiting rather than flying in a straight direction with speed of light. The missing link is now founded; it is “photon bonding/coupling”! –a recent remarkable discovery called Rydberg blockade by coaxing photons into bonding together to form “molecules” – a state of matter by a group led by Harvard Professor of Physics Mikhail Lukin and MIT Professor of Physics Vladan Vuletic⑶. The uncoupled photon possesses pure kinetic energy, e.g. cosmic ray or solar light. The coupled photons/photosynthesis stay! E.g. an apple – contains coupled/bounded photons in a biological process called photosynthesis. There are some types of fungi, called radiotrophic fungi, are able to use melanin as a photosynthetic pigment that enables them to capture gamma rays⑷ and harness the energy for growth⑸. The primary objective of this study is to uncover the origin of all particles and master dark matter engineering in the discipline of basic physics.
Keywords
Particles, Photons, Photon Bonding, Dark Matters, Gamma Ray, Big Bang, Origin of Universe
To cite this article
Edwin Zong, Dark Matter Engineering, American Journal of Physics and Applications. Vol. 3, No. 3, 2015, pp. 106-111. doi: 10.11648/j.ajpa.20150303.17
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