The new theory can explain 95% of the missing space

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The new theory can explain 95% of the missing space

Scientists from Oxford University may have solved one of the biggest questions in modern physics: their new work combines dark matter and dark energy into a single phenomenon: the liquid, which has a "negative mass". If you try to push a negative mass, it will accelerate in your direction. And this amazing new theory may also prove a correct prediction that Einstein did 100 years ago.

It is now widely recognized model of the Universe is the lambda — CDM — tells us nothing about what dark matter and dark energy are physically. We know about them only because of the gravitational effects they have on other observable matter.

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Fluid with negative mass

The New model, published in Astronomy and Astrophysics Jamie Farnam of Oxford e-research centre, and offers a new explanation. Ferns, says: "We now think that dark matter and dark energy can be combined in a liquid having a "negative gravity" deterring any other material around itself. Although the matter in itself is very curious, she could confirm that our space is symmetric in the positive and negative qualities."

The Existence of negative matter was previously excluded because it was believed that this material will become less dense as the Universe is expanding, and it is contrary to our observations that dark matter is not depleted. However, the study Dr. Farns uses "tensor creation" that allows you to continuously create negative mass. It shows that when there are more and more negative mass, this fluid with negative mass does not dilute with the expansion of space. Actually, this fluid is identical to dark energy.

The Theory of Ferns also gives the first correct prediction of the behavior of the dark matter halo. Most galaxies rotate so fast that needs to be torn to pieces, but keeps them in place of the "halo" of dark matter.

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