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Is Time Dark Matter? Does Time have a conscious?

indyman87indyman87 Posts: 1,132 ✭✭✭✭
Time is not something that can be touched but it's something that can be observed by looking at the effects that time has own existing matter such as an old man, Tree rings, car rust etc... So obviously it does exist and it's one of the biggest factors that affects our daily life here on Earth. Still time is not matter in the traditional since like a block of wood or a wall of concrete. Black Roots Science says that all matter vibrates and have a conscious so I would have to assume based on this definition that time vibrates and have a conscious even though it's not something you can feel in a traditional sense it is something that moves forward.

An article on huffingtonpost.com describes Dark Matter and Black Quantum Atom Holes as something that does not absorbs or transmit light.

various types of miniature black holes could make up dark matter, which is so named because it apparently neither absorbs nor emits light, and thus cannot be detected directly by telescopes.

Time is something that can't be visually observed by a telescope similar to the black atoms but everyone knows it exists because it bring things together like a new born baby and dissipates matter like a aging body.


No one knows what dark matter is. But scientists do know that it must exist, because there is not enough visible matter in the cosmos to account for all the gravity that binds galaxies and other large-scale structures together.

'binds' is a key term because all matter according to BRS will decay over 'time' it may take millions of years but all matter will eventually dissipate over time. Over time the binds that hold things together dissipates.


Time is something that can not be seen. IMO. Time must be related to Dark Matter because according to Black Roots Science the sun is used to ignite/start time on Earth. BRS describes our ancestors as roaring the Earth in darkness. Also there is an Assyrian Mythology that says that their Gods drank Sesame wine before creating the Earth.
http://homecooking.about.com/od/foodhistory/a/sesamehistory.htm

http://imagine.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/ask_astro/answers/970108a.html

Does the Sun rotate? Are we seeing the same face of the Sun all the time?

The Answer

Yes, the Sun does rotate.

I wonder if it would be possible to observe 'Dark Matter' or 'Quantum Black Atoms' if the rotation of the sun can somehow be slowed down similar to this idea submitted on google doodle contest.

http://www.google.com/doodle4google/vote.html#d=d1-2

Time Extender

Jason E. Rosado, Hart Magnet Elementary School, CT

"If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place, I would invent a machine to slow down time so we can have longer days. It would float in space and put a force field around Earth to slow down Earth's rotation."

Or maybe theoretically a person could observe these 'Quantum Black Atoms' inside a man made spear similar to the rotation of the sun?

There is also a term that NASA and physicists uses called uses called Space Time

http://whotaughtyouscience.com/how-does-a-black-hole-absorb-light/

There is something we refer to as “spacetime”. This is what science likes to call “the fourth dimension”. Spacetime combines space and time

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  • indyman87indyman87 Posts: 1,132 ✭✭✭✭
    Maybe the reason why scientists can't detect the quantum black atoms (the thing that supposely holds everything together) is because the universe is dying? These atoms cannot be detected because the Universe is older than we think and most of the atoms have dissipated a long time ago. According to Black Roots Science the Earth and this solar system is 78 Trillion years old but scientists says that it's only about 4.5 Billion years old.




    Our earth and solar system were created 78
    trillion years ago. As soon as the earth was
    ready, 144,000 ancestors came from another
    star system, the star called Sirius that was worshipped by the
    ancient Egyptians. They inhabited the earth after preparing
    it by seeding it with plant and animal life. After about 7,000
    years since their arrival, their population increased from
    144,000 to one billion eight million (1b8m).
    2. This number, 1b8m, is the most sacred number in

    Earth, also known as "the Earth" and "the World", is the third planet from the Sun and the densest planet in the Solar System. It is also the largest of the Solar System's four terrestrial planets. Wikipedia
    Population: 7.046 billion (2012) World Bank
    Age: 4.54 billion years
    Mass: 5.972E24 kg
    Radius: 3,959 miles (6,371 km)
    Distance from Sun: 92,960,000 miles (149,600,000 km)
    Moon: Moon
  • indyman87indyman87 Posts: 1,132 ✭✭✭✭
    Since the purpose of this world (the manifestation of evil/decay/imperfection) has been fulfilled according to Black Roots Science it is suppose to come to an end once everybody joins in one mind.

    27. What happens is that the universe is created at the
    beginning and lasts for a certain duration, depending on its
    purpose. When the purpose is fulfilled then it comes to an
    end. Before it comes to an end the minds of all the people
    who live in it join together into one mind or one
    consciousness.




  • wharwhar Posts: 347 ✭✭✭
    Time is a dimension of space. Dark Matter is something contain within space. The two intersect only in the way matter intersects with time.

    Time is uniform within a frame of reference whereas dark matter varies in concentration.
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  • indyman87indyman87 Posts: 1,132 ✭✭✭✭
    whar wrote: »
    Time is a dimension of space. Dark Matter is something contain within space. The two intersect only in the way matter intersects with time.


    Time is uniform within a frame of reference whereas dark matter varies in concentration.

    How does the Atomic Clock fit into that definition of time?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atomic_clock

    The principle of operation of an atomic clock is not based on nuclear physics, but rather on atomic physics and using the microwave signal that electrons in atoms emit when they change energy levels.
  • indyman87indyman87 Posts: 1,132 ✭✭✭✭
    I wonder if there was or is Black Quantum Atoms in the human body since the number of atoms is said to be 7,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000

    http://education.jlab.org/qa/mathatom_04.html
    How many atoms are in the human body?
  • indyman87indyman87 Posts: 1,132 ✭✭✭✭
    just came across this video about the Atomic Clock which says it uses a laser to oscillate a cesium atom with a laser. Black Roots Science says that time starts with the sun. I think this kinda support BRS.



    An optical lattice clock. Current Atomic clocks are off a second every hundred Million years.
    Optical lattice clock only lose a second every 300 Million years.

    Current atomic clock uses microwaves to make cesium atoms oscillate at almost exactly 9,192,631,770 per second.

    An optical lattice clock uses lasers to make strontium atoms oscillate. Strontium oscillates many more million times per second.

    In future Ion atomic clocks clocks that measure the orbit of a single neutron and will keep time at an accuracy of a 10 billion years. A couple of billion after the death of the sun.



    http://science.howstuffworks.com/atomic-clock3.htm

    Atoms have characteristic oscillation frequencies. Perhaps the most familiar frequency is the orange glow from the sodium in table salt if it is sprinkled on a flame. An atom will have many frequencies, some at radio wavelength, some in the visible spectrum, and some in between the two. Cesium 133 is the element most commonly chosen for atomic clocks.
    To turn the cesium atomic resonance into an atomic clock, it is necessary to measure one of its transition or resonant frequencies accurately. This is normally done by locking a crystal oscillator to the principal microwave resonance of the cesium atom. This signal is in the microwave range of the radio spectrum, and just happens to be at the same sort of frequency as direct broadcast satellite signals. Engineers understand how to build equipment in this area of the spectrum in great detail.
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