Where Did Dark Matter and Dark Energy Come From?

Dark Matter and Dark Energy

Here are some facts that you might not know about dark matter and dark energy and its properties. The origin of this force is still not known, but it is almost certain that it was created as a result of quantum physics and string theory, or if we look at what happened to it after all the subatomic particles that matter in an ordinary universe.

What is dark matter, The name suggests that it is something unknown or the opposite of normal matter, the material that is not visible because it does not absorb light or do anything else. In addition, it can also be said that dark matter is more elusive because it only has specific gravitational effects. When an observer looks down at a black object, he will see a dark blue spot on his eye.

Dark Matter and Dark Energy 

Dark matter and black holes. Both the objects were formed from black holes. If we talk about the origins of these two strange bodies, we are going to tell you all about what happened to them. We need to know how they came to appear.

In a way, there would be nothing to say that these materials are made by themselves and do what they want to do. This is why dark matter was thought to come from another substance.

The first idea that came about was to explain that this dark matter could be a consequence of radioactive decay, which leads to elements emitting radioactivity. A big part of the dark matter in the form of neutrons could also include hydrogen.

We can understand that it is necessary for every object around us to have a certain type of mass (the type of object can also refer to the fact of its composition). At the time of the discovery of dark matter, one of the simplest explanations was the Big Bang Theory, according to which the big bang must have started a period of rapid expansion of space and time. At this point, everything had no definition, as everything existed. It is impossible to prove that one thing came before another. However, if we consider each particle of the universe as a separate entity (each one is considered as a source or a product of itself), we can determine that it was created by another source. Even after the Big Bang, we had no idea about their existence and the role they played in the development of structure on a very large scale (see diagram below).

So what happened to those two dark matter particles or the big Bizzoonicle? Let’s start from the beginning by discussing how they were formed and the reason why we didn’t find it until now that we did. Before we could even begin studying this topic, we needed to know the history of both dark matter and the Big Bang.

The first particle to enter space

According to General Relativity, there is nothing for everything, therefore, not only is there no meaning of “past” and “future,” for example, but it can also be interpreted that if you had the ability to travel through the past and future without using spacetime, then you would just end up with random positions without any information about what they are. Therefore, it leads to the creation of matter and space as completely new entities with different dimensions. It is important to note, however, that one cannot create things with any kind of past, so when someone asks this question, people ask why the world was previously as it is, and they cannot answer it with a definite answer.

For that reason, Einstein proposed that, according to General Relativity, no physical object could exist without a massive amount of energy. He called this type of object a graviton. Every body that has mass and has gravity (or energy) is said to be a gravitron. According to him, the graviton is the most fundamental concept of Einstein’s theory of relativity. Gravitons were created as a side effect of collisions between the masses of neutron stars. So when we see a star, we can see the gravitron from a collision. When a collider enters space, which causes the formation of gravitational shock, we can see that there are only forces that exist in the center of the star, as well as in the core of the moon, and therefore gravity would not be able to leave the system. That means that objects cannot exist without mass and gravity, therefore, there were no such objects that could exist without these two characteristics of the universe.

The Second Particle in Space

When we consider that the second particle has to go further than the graviton, then we can conclude that the first one did not exist. For this reason, there must exist another entity that is independent of the main body, which was already created without gravitational forces. They would be referred to as the “antiparticle.” The word antiparticle may sound rather odd, but at least for some years, the term did not exist and was used instead of the term “regular particle.” These forces might look like similar ones, but the difference is that what happens is that the other particle moves away from the primary particle and takes up space as a secondary particle, which means that it is basically invisible and there is no matter left in front of it. Another crucial point is that the antiparticle can only move in front of the primary particle. An object can have its own antiparticle in another location, but it can not enter the equation. There are lots of examples of the antiparticle, but it cannot enter the equation of motion and it cannot leave it either. This is called antimatter. The same concept when the field goes into vacuum is called retromatter; similarly, the matter of the universe can also be converted into antimatter, as they both interact with each other to give mass and gravitational acceleration.

Even though we don’t have the right answers to this question of what is exactly the nature of dark matter, a lot of scientists are still trying to figure out what happens in the presence of both parts, the graviton and the antiparticle. Some people suggest that one of them did not meet; this is based on the principle of baryon number. The baryon number is basically the total number of possible values of angular momentum for the baryon at a given amount. As for our study, we can tell, according to a team of physicists, that if we add up all the values of the masses of the particles, then the baryon number should be significantly bigger than 1 (approximately 4.8 times bigger than in general), i.e., this indicates that we should expect to get a slightly larger value of the graviton than, for example, the electron.

So far, it is worth mentioning that the first idea was purely theoretical. Then it became a popular idea in some labs. Now that we know the history of gravitons and antiparticles, we can talk about their mutual interaction. Thus, it is possible to say that antimatter could also be found in the Universe. Unfortunately, in 1989 there was no confirmation of it, There were no experiments that allowed us to observe this phenomenon, and it hasn’t been proven yet. People started paying attention to it recently, and it might be quite difficult to detect, yet some scientists believe that one day, it may be possible to do it with some techniques. Furthermore, if we find this evidence, it will be extremely important for discovering what the truth about dark matter is.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Previous Post
science and the Qur'an

Do science and the Qur’an say the same thing?

Next Post
How Many Multiverses Are There

How Many Multiverses Are There?

Related Posts