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This is dark matter creating dark energy
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Here's a neat proposal on how to use the Kepler telescope now that it's hobbled with just two reaction wheels:
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They will never find dark energy from smashing particles together. Dark matter creates dark energy by antihydrogen fusion converting carbon maybe graphene to high energy
photons. Theres a higher dimension I have discovered. Rpmantle
Black holes are doorways between matter and antihydrogen fusion dark energy worlds. Particles escape from each world. 
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It's definitely a concept under consideration!
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It's pretty exciting to think what this Planck data might tell us: 
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EXISTENCE EXISTS-6

Ayn Rand presents us with the axiomatic concept of Existence.  It cannot be refuted.  And if it exists here it must exist throughout our Universe and beyond.  It is infinite.  And if it exists here now, it must have existed from an eternity past and we can assume that it will exist for another eternity.  It is eternal.  Finally, as it exists here now, after an eternity of burning, it must possess a mechanism whereby the ashes of the burned up stars are transformed into new galaxies, at an efficiency of 100%.

This Cosmological Model can be found using the evidence found by the astronomers over the past centuries, but stated in scientific language.  Think about it.  No magic needed.

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Dark matter is just one of the reasons the Fermi telescope may be changing tacks:
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Perhaps that was used in antimatter galaxies.
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I can't recommend the new shuttle Atlantis display at Kennedy Space Center high enough - truly amazing!
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I can't wait to observe the stars on August, 28
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I'll be very curious to see if this potential dark matter signal pans out: 
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Awesome night sky photos from Bangalore by +Ajay Talwar 
 
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All Sky Image of the Glass house at Lal Bagh and stars above.
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I've read that a quark star is now theorized, being a collapsed neutron star, of even greater density, with the next step probably being a black hole.  Could it be that when a quark star collapses into a black hole, that all its mass is converted to energy, and in fact negative energy (or dark energy) that is the source and force behind the so far unexplained expansion of the universe? Maybe the decay of this negative energy becomes dark matter?
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