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Posted by Homan I. Scientist on May 29, 2000 19:33:40 UTC

Dark-matter is not existing thing.

I think that space dont had dark matter, only matter, what we cannot see, it is see-through-model, like,
- air
- water
- glass
- etc.

Dark-matter is wrong word of this matter, and light is matter, which we can be see-through-model.

A=my eyes


A doesnt see B if not light exist between A...B.


A see B because between A...B is L=light, and therefore B-sendet information color-information can fly through air or space to my eyes.

We know that our eyes work so that something must come to in it and go our brains. Then our mind can look this image to our brain-image-system.(Like dreams or mind-imagination.)


That is the reason why i say, that

1. Between stars is light, but it is see-thourg, and we can see only mirror-efect+object own color information.

2. A=ny eyes, see, L+B, but, L is clear and B send color-ionformation.

3. Therefore i think that this wave-theory of light is not thruth.

4. Example. Some B send own image through air at room. Few A see this information.

Why this B-information-image dont mix at air to other object-information?


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