Relativity and Cosmology

   

Dark Energy & Dark Matter = Network Tension & Thread Network

Authors: Seamus McCelt

About 95% of the cosmos cannot be seen by any telescopes, because it is made of mysterious "dark matter" and "dark energy" that do not interact with light

But it is impossible for something to NOT interact with light.

● Stuff can absorb and emit light.
● Reflect light.
● Convey light

If light is traveling towards dark matter...

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...It has to absorb, reflect or pass through (convey) it.
There is nothing else. Bouncing off it is reflection..
If it is blocking light: it would not be invisible.
Most stuff written about mainstream physic is just nonsense.
Can anyone tell me what "non-interaction" would entail? No, you cannot. That is impossible.

Dark Energy = [DARK][M][L^2]/[T^2]

What could this be? Could space be filled with an unseen vibrating energy substance?
Yes, It is Quantum Thread Theory. Space is NOT empty. There is an all encompassing lattice-type gravity-centered thread particle network in space.

● The thread network has tension on it, that is a pulling force: Gravity
● The network is vibrating, that is energy, it's unseen: Dark Energy
● The network itself is a substance: Dark Matter.

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