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How Might Dark Energy Be Related to Creation Mass?

How Might Dark Energy Be Related to Creation Mass?

Postby wlminex » Thu May 18, 2017 6:44 pm

Speculating on Energy and Mass: Could (perhaps) hypothesized "Dark Energy" (DE) be nothing more than photons that are in motion at >c (superluminal, as it were). And via a speculative (hypothetical) processes, when such DE photons slow (lose energy) to c, the energy differential is converted to mass (via m=E/c^2) plus the CMBR residual? Hypothesized "Dark Matter" (DM) might also be a transitional phase (or math equivalent) of the process.

Thanks all, for putting-up with my speculations that are intended primarily to promote out-of-the-box (OOB) mental excursions (and, not to mention a nomination for the Nobel Prize! HAHA!)
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Re: How Might Dark Energy Be Related to Creation Mass?

Postby wlminex » Thu May 18, 2017 9:47 pm

NOTE: In thread title there should be an "of" between Creation and Mass . . . . . . i.e., . . . "Creation of Mass" . . . . sorry!
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Re: How Might Dark Energy Be Related to Creation Mass?

Postby inertron » Sat May 20, 2017 3:46 pm

How could light travel faster or slower than (other) light? Light is radiation that connects energy-output of one thing/system to energy-input of another. Are you saying that the energy waves (light) is somehow present but not visible/absorbable, so it still has some gravitational effect without interacting with matter? If so, what does the speed have to do with it?
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