Predictions for Elementary Particles and Explanations for Data About Dark Matter, Dark Energy, and Galaxies

Authors: Thomas J. Buckholtz

We suggest descriptions for new elementary particles, dark matter, and dark energy. We use those descriptions to explain data regarding dark matter effects, dark energy effects, and galaxy evolution. We use mathematics-based models that feature objects and, originally, de-emphasize motion. The models, descriptions, and explanations add to traditional physics, provide clarity regarding aspects of nature for which people point to possible inadequacies in traditional physics models, and embrace traditional physics models in realms for which people have validated traditional physics models.

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[v1] 2019-08-12 03:11:48

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