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Are we part of other beings’ dark energy?

March 14, 2013

You may want to view a 9-minute video summary of some of my attempted research in physics.

Much of the video summary parallels material I plan to present, on April 14, 2013, at an American Physical Society conference in Denver, Colorado, USA.  The title of the talk is “Dark Matter Bosons and Fermions.

The research suggests the possibility that other beings in our universe might, in effect, consider that people (you and I) are part of the stuff those beings consider to be dark energy.  (The stuff those beings would be made of is part of what we consider to be dark energy.)

The video summary and the planned talk address the following.

  • Explain gravitation;
  • Explain dark matter;
  • Explain dark energy;
  • Explain changes in the rate of expansion of the universe;
  • Compute the mass of neutrinos;
  • Compute the mass of Higgs bosons.

I do not plan to present, as part of the talk, some of the summary’s material about my book Physics Small and Vast: Complementing the Standard Model.

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