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European astronomers said on Wednesday that an anomalous energy signal detected by an orbiting satellite could be a telltale of the enigmatic substance known as dark matter.
[quote user="crazysi"]@mrbig - have a look at blacklightpower.com It's a highly controversial (many have said ridiculous) theory, as it basically walks all over quantum mechanics and everything derived from it since the early 20th century - there's no uncertainty principle, no dark matter, no Higgs boson/field, the whole thing is derived from Maxwell's equations - oh, and it is self-consistent from its model of the hydrogen atom to its description of the evolution of the universe (yep, it's a complete GUT). It predicts nearly every observed property of every atom, molecule and subatomic particle to high degrees of accuracy in short, closed-form eqautions (something that string theory, CQD and the like can only dream of). It also predicted the acceleration of the expansion of the universe in 1995, whilst the concept was never really even suggested until it was observed in 1998. Hydrinos are interesting - the theory basically says that the ground state of the hydrogen atom is only the first non-radiative state, and that through purely chemical catalytic reactions, the electron can be made to move closer and closer to the nucleus, releasing potential energy, a previously unpostulated source of energy. [/quote]