Authors: Dan Visser
A new surface energy-value for dark matter is calculated, derivated from a perspective of a "higher order universe". A universe of dark energy, dark- and visible matter, and a dark energy force. A fundamental connection between dark matter and visible matter is related to dark energy (viXra-paper 1010.0014 in particular is the reference for this novum . The surface energy-density of dark matter seems to be a factor 5 to 20 times higher than earlier predicted value-ranges by the CDMS-project and the Fermi-satelite. Also the produced energies through particle-collissions by LHC CERN will not be enough to achieve the dark matter surface energy-value. The "fact" some of these projects have announced some vaque "bliebs" might be due to a new phenomenon in the search of dark matter. It could be caused by "three dimensional time", which is embedded as a "new duality" in the new model, the "Twin-Tori cosmological Model (TTM)"[1,2,3,4]. The "three dimensional time" might cause dark matter taking unknown paths before detection. This paper has calculated the surface energy-density value for dark matter on 1 TeV in a surface of 6.4 x 10 -48 [m2].
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[v1] 29 Oct 2010
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