- Carlos Bardullas Subirats
- Colima, Colima
Developer and designer , ProImagen XXI | Concepto, creatividad y dise
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The dark part of the Universe is an exotic fluid into which its visible counterpart is flowing.
Could it be true that dark matter, if: a) Such a thing exists, b) It accounts for 83% of the Universe mass and c) It is neutral with respect electromagnetic radiation, and hence fully transparent; dark matter behaves as an Euler Ideal Fluid or Superfluid (actually dubbed as dark fluid in MOND), that is, as one in wich its internal friction or viscosity is null and as so, it: 1) Is also a superconductor, 2) It has zero entropy, though it is able to coexist with non-zero entropy matter (like normal matter) and 3) It is not under the same physical laws which rule normal matter; hence, dark matter could be acting as an static superliquid medium where the 17% of visible mather is flowing into (may I say diving?) and for as long as dark matter has absolute transparency to light, given it is electromagnetic radiation: Visible matter, upon which live and information resorts (recall that mathematically information is the opposite of entropy), should be carried FASTER THAN LIGHT (WARP Phenomena)?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alcubierre_drive (WARP Drive)
NOTE: I am just wondering if a couple of alien supercultures of the human kind, and not more distinguishable among us, heartlings, than that certainly ancient Cro-Magnons were; are at this very moment connected to the Internet... From far, far light years away somewhere in the Universe... Or perhaps, from the next house.
CRO-MAGNON MAN, Tom Prideaux, 1973, Time Life Books Inc..