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Axions Exist In Dark Matter

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on September 12, 2002 14:02:00 UTC

According to GUT theory they have no inherent motion, which means that they are at absolute zero. Axions are not yet detectable, except perhaps from the their gravitational effect on stars and galaxies, assuming that they are a principal component of dark matter.

The axion theory, which you seem to have missed in my previous posts, is admittedly far-fetched, but then so is the sheer existence of dark matter.

My arguments and the evidence for a dark matter source for consciousness are given in the Dark Matter paper on



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