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Does dark matter exist or is darkness only absence of light?

Physicists work according a theory persuming that there is about 5/6 dark matter in Cosmos. They have not found what it consists of yet, but they think it contains gravitational energy that keeps the galaxies together. They think the darkness between the solar systems consists of something that they still don't know what is. Some physicists think it consists of a kind of particles that behave differently from the particles known today.

I work according quite another approach to particles than what the phycisists do. My theory is completely different and is based upon logic reasoning (with the basis in what the physicists have found about atoms) as well as my intuition, which is the gathered wisdom of all the particles I consist of. As an enlightened person, I can direct questions to the universal consciousness and get true answers. Everything I write is based upon this. There are dark particles and that they have quite an impact on human life, both physically and emotionally, but they are not in the void between galaxies! I have the hope to reach through to the public with my knowledge, not only to make my work known to physicists, but to biologists, chemists and medical researchers.

In the beginning of existence, all particles were of the the same character; they were light particles. What characterizes a light particle is that it spins leftswards around it's own axis. Many scientists may say that particles don't have axis, and it is right when it comes to many of the tasks particles do, but when a particle is free and not bound to other particles by atomic structures, it spins leftwards or counter clockwise. I think these particles constitute the light surrounding us (the sun light). Physicists will be able to prove that free light particles spin leftswards around their own axis. However, what characterizes the dark particles, is that that they spin clockwise or rightwards. They are a type of "free" particles that once came from outside and don't do the tasks that the particles of our sun are able to. Because of this, they have become "dark particles". They don't participate in constituting living organisms, the way science have found life to function.

Because I am convinced that particles have abilities that can be characterized as conscious, I think particles have the ability to spin in many different ways. In other words, one and the same particle is able to spin in many different ways or do the different "roles" in atomic and molecular structures. I think the different type designations that the physicists use are the particles' different ways of spinning. 

The free light particles that have their origin in our sun have important tasks as maintainers of life on earth. They are absorbed directly by the plants in the photo synthesis so that they contribute to the growth of plants. They constitute the energy that make plants live. Simultaneously, they contribute to constitute the plants. When the plants wither, these particles go back to light where they spin leftwards to regain their light, the white sun light. Maybe the next task the particles do is to renew your skin? Our skin also is directly influenced by the sun light. It renews itself and old skin cells die.  "Fresh" light particles is taken in from the sun light and "tired" light particles are set free to spin leftwards to renew themselves.

The dark particles that I mentioned above are visible in only a few areas in Cosmos. They constitute the black holes. What I intuitivly know, is that the black holes have been suns. They have occurred because the light particles that belonged to them at a point in time millions of years ago started to spin only clockwise (rightwards). That made their suns gradually loose their light and become the opposite. 

This is one of the reasons the dark particles that are around the earth have not found their way back to their suns. I think it is so, that particles know where they come from and return to their sun when they have been far away from it. When we see a star far away, it is light impulses given from it's particles that meet our eyes. Those particles that give us those impulses are being pulled back to their own sun. They don't have the ability to constitute life here.

Our sun's particles have participated in forming physical life on our planet for millions of years. They know all the tasks. They dance the dance of life continuously. Particles coming from outside haven't got the same abilities. The dark particles that only spin clockwise certainly don't know how to constitute life. When they get into our bodies, illness and intolerances occur, in some cases deadly illnesses like cancer. My theory is that they are drawn towards light and try to get light from what is of light. Therefore, they may be attracted to nerves in the human body. I think researchers may detect their presence in humans who have nerve diseases like Parkinson's disease.

What characterizes physical life is that matter is able to grow and develop. There is "something" that the particles here on earth can, that particles from other suns cannot do. There is a kind of energy that has the ability to develop and make grow the molecular compounds that our body consist of. This energy, I think, is also formed by particles, light particles invisible for our physical eyes. It is not provable in ordinary scientific ways, but the fact that it exists is obvious by logical reasoning. 

In the molecular space between the nuclei and the electrons in atoms, there is room for a different spin of particles. There must be particles operating in the same "space" as the physical cells that spins in a different way that what science have found by only studying what can be seen and measured physically. We know about ourselves that we grow and develop, we think and feel. I think this is science's big challenge; to approach the invisible energy that constitute life. Physics state that the particles are very tiny and that matter to a large extend consists of space. They say the particles spin and the nature of atoms make us perceive physical objects.

What the physicists think is dark matter, I think is void. It is absence of light particles. The light particles mainly relate to their sun and the planets that orbit around it. There are still many things physicists have not found about particles' nature. The reasons for that can be many. One of them might be that they have drawn some wrong conclusions, because they have not realized that particles have conscious abilities? A simple way to find that, is to imagine that you are an electron that have the task to form a certain atom in cooperation with other particles. Which qualities do you need to do that?

Written April 19th 2016

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