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What is dark matter?

June 16, 2006


Ulf  -  June 16, 2006, 21:13
How do you like documentaries? :)
Lux (guest)  -  June 16, 2006, 22:44
Very intresting, didn't know that
jimmspe (guest)  -  June 16, 2006, 23:17
very cool
Rawa (guest)  -  June 16, 2006, 23:45
Intresting.... :D
moa (guest)  -  June 16, 2006, 23:45
documentaries FTW! more of them :)
IceY  -  June 17, 2006, 00:00
agree! more of this, very interesting indeed.
navysealltblue  -  June 17, 2006, 00:08
I love documentaries ^_^
Oyasumi  -  June 17, 2006, 01:33
Well, if someone find interesting this kind of documentaries, docu/fictions and other geopolitical issues, you may find some good stuff on Arte archives. ( Arte is a french/german television ) I dont enjoy so much translating and editing documentaries in english ( and my english is'nt perfect ) but if someone's ready to take this work on, it'll be good. There is for exemple a good tv show named : "les dessous des cartes" ( "underfaces of the maps" in approximative english ) which put us in front of a teacher-like guy that explain some about history, geopolitics, geoeconomics. They're short videos of 15 minutes. You may also find good documentaries on France3 and France5.
jim  -  June 17, 2006, 02:27
Cody N (guest)  -  June 17, 2006, 02:30
I like how they presented the diferent ideas to kind of let you decide and not just let them decide for you (ya know what I mean)
navysealltblue  -  June 17, 2006, 07:07
all the good media do it cody ^_^ its the true way to present a documentary ^_^ they do that for many things... like the elegant universe stuff for string theory... for things that dabel the lines of truth or fiction, faith vs fact, its important to let people decide on thier own.
david (guest)  -  June 17, 2006, 10:11
yeah i agree with ulf :P
Moridin (guest)  -  June 17, 2006, 15:51
modify the "holy cow" of Newton? Didnt Einstein do that allready (though I'm sure both can be modified more). Interesting program though.
Eric (guest)  -  June 17, 2006, 17:58
Great documentary. Easily explained and fun to listen to.
navysealltblue  -  June 17, 2006, 18:28
Yes you are right Moridin... But variable gravity... that is quite modification lol...
Masterfrog (guest)  -  June 17, 2006, 18:51
I wasn't at all pleased with this documantary. I mean, sure, they might have established that there exists such a thing as dark matter and dark energy, but that means nothing as long as we don't know what the heck it is. And the documentary didn't eve touch on that, quite sad. :( Oh well.
navysealltblue  -  June 17, 2006, 19:41
well masterfrog... the point was to establish the possibility of its existance... the are trying to discover it as is... what more could you have wanted that they would have had to offer? btw... wikipedia has some info on those two...
Me (guest)  -  June 17, 2006, 23:39
very nice i'd give it a thumb up if i had thumbs :P
Dantalion  -  June 18, 2006, 00:38
Good documentary. Have seen better, but it's cool that Google Video is also used for other things than commercials and webcamclips :)
guest (guest)  -  June 19, 2006, 12:01
Masterfrog: That's usually the way science progress. Newton made his theory of gravity and for centuries people were happy. Then they started to find things that didn't fit with the model and tried to figure out how to address it. Thus came the general theory of relativity and people were happy for a couple of decades. Now we discovered that only 4% of the universe is ordinary matter but we haven't yet reached a theoretical explaination of what the other 96% are. This means we live in exciting times. And to be fair to the documentary they did touch on what dark matter could be. It's just the tiny problem that we lack experimental evidence (which the brits in the mines try to uncover).
HAPPY (guest)  -  June 20, 2006, 15:08
What does the man says about his collegue right at this time 40.34 ? I must misheard ..
Tyler (guest)  -  June 21, 2006, 01:11
Yea i have been viting this site for over 5 months now, and this is the best video yet. Very interesting
pain  -  June 21, 2006, 14:19
very intresting but too long for now, will save it for later :D
Andrew Truman (guest)  -  June 21, 2006, 19:04
Very interesting. I love it.
Marco (guest)  -  June 22, 2006, 17:06
Fascinating... Makes me want to not had dropped out of Phisics for Computer Science :)
N(t)D (guest)  -  June 27, 2006, 08:54
40.35 I'm pretty sure he said "movies".
Cake (guest)  -  July 1, 2006, 15:08
I think this is very...thing... (the world is 6000-10000 years old)
creationistsrStupid (guest)  -  July 11, 2006, 03:13
lol @ cake
i know (guest)  -  July 11, 2006, 03:18
Creationists are hilarious. They scoff at mountains of evidence and when asked to present their own they just sputter 'cause it's in the bible'
i know (guest)  -  July 11, 2006, 03:18
Creationists are hilarious. They scoff at mountains of evidence and when asked to present their own they just sputter 'cause it's in the bible'
Dave (guest)  -  July 22, 2006, 04:42
fake!!! this iz liberal propoganda itz all computer animated dunt bileave da fakerz
Serveck (guest)  -  July 26, 2006, 22:35
just ignore the "fakers" this opens up a whole new range of theory's of why things really happen, for now.. ill just use the dark energy theory for any mistakes i make :D "the dark energy did it!" btw.. if this is true, we may soon find a way to manipulate this dark energy and finally make new things possible, such as exceeding light speed and flying cars. (just as an exagerative possibility).
arleas  -  July 26, 2006, 23:47
contrast all of this with String Theory and the M theory in particular, where you can have multiple universes existing side by side, but with gravity being the constant and I think that would explain the whole thing very nicely without all the voodoo...
arleas  -  July 26, 2006, 23:50 (but that's just the trailer for the whole show, which BTW was much more interesting to watch than this show) Nova Rules!!
S0mePers0n (guest)  -  August 4, 2006, 19:41
It all works out just watch this (3 Hour Doc)
Benz0 (guest)  -  August 12, 2006, 00:20
Just another great doc from Horizon . Their doc on freak waves in the last series is well worth watching too !!!
Tnaden (guest)  -  August 27, 2006, 00:15
Great! it's always fun to watch a documentary
thE MAN (guest)  -  August 29, 2006, 07:07
My theory is that there is no dark matter, the universe is simply like a planet which resides in something bigger explaning the 96% missing
Deleted0001  -  September 2, 2006, 00:41
Really interesting! I love the universe!
sad evolutionists (I feel like ranting) *tests cha (guest)  -  September 3, 2006, 06:29
actually, it's the evolutionists that are stupid. There is evidence still not unproven that the speed of light was far faster in the "early days" of the universe. Red Shift is quantized, which means it's not from the universe stretching (so it may not be at all). However, when supposing light speed really was faster, when it "decays" in speed, this would cause a red shift. and it would be quantized (not smooth). Know what light speed controls? Carbon Dating etc. know what happens when you take the observed data of what the speed of light would have been at the start of the universe and so forth, and apply it to the measurement of the age of the universe and Earth (actually two different methods)? it puts the Earth somewhere around the age that biblical creationists would have it as, that is, the Earth, whether or not it occurred as they say it did. And as for the universe, it appeared a only couple thousand years older. Read the work of astronomer Berry Setterfield for things about light speed. He is not the only researcher on this topic, but he’s one of the older ones. As for evolving, this is impossible anyway. literally, mathematically not just impossible, but unthinkable. in other words, they stopped counting the odds where it started getting really unlikely. In a universe where almost anything can happen, evolution apparently cannot. This is ironic. Evolution is the hope of atheists and many an agnostic. However, this is why it's sustained throughout the years even when it has been proven impossible by microbiology. In fact, many sciences aside from biology are finding evolution to be as one book calls it, "A Theory in Crisis." Look it up. So basically, I now find it entirely possible to be an honest atheist. The saddest thing about most evolutionist scientists is, however, that they deliberately completely disregard creation as a possibility, and work around trying to prove evolution assuming that it’s already true. This is not true science, (this is a faith religion,) because even if evolution was part or all of the biological explanation, creation is still a completely valid argument. After all, even if you could explain the universe having no beginning, you can never explain that some outside force didn't put it in a certain state along the way and get it moving. Creationism cannot be disproven. Therefore, whether true or not, whether you believe it or not, treat it with some respect. It’s currently scientifically in a far better position than evolution. I’m thankful that there are still a handful of true scientists that will look at things without bias, religiously or scientifically.
Mike (guest)  -  September 11, 2006, 23:02
Oh, now I get it.
keke (guest)  -  September 16, 2006, 20:35
REALLY good!
wtfFFF (guest)  -  October 23, 2006, 22:25
Cake (guest) I think this is very...thing... (the world is 6000-10000 years old) w00t???
ass (guest)  -  November 8, 2006, 17:43
Stentrollet (guest)  -  November 12, 2006, 06:42
Very wierd diagram at 33.30, 75% = 2/3 of the circle??? Else very interesting =)
uncch (guest)  -  November 17, 2006, 18:07
awesome!! With black matter and black holes we have a lot more to think about. Maybe we don't know everything. :)
Patrik (guest)  -  December 6, 2006, 18:51
I LOVE documentaries like this :)
shortstump  -  January 9, 2007, 11:35
Exellent! you most probably belong to the 'flat earth' society- if you're still a sceptic.......
beerbamabob  -  January 22, 2007, 07:11
awakenedone (guest)  -  December 4, 2007, 11:27
I cant see it so I guess it dont matter
Dov Henis (guest)  -  February 13, 2010, 17:53
Again: Dark Energy And Dark Matter YOK Rethink Cosmic Evolution A. From "Ancient dawn's early light refines age of universe Satellite images reveal new aspects of Big Bang’s relic radiation." - "The ancient light, known as the cosmic microwave background, is peppered with hot and cold spots, signs of the tiny primordial lumps from which galaxies grew", And "(It is suggested) that theorists will have to revise their understanding of galaxy clusters". - The "universal composition" mantra is displayed, again, as 4.5% ordinary matter, 22.7% dark matter and 72.8% dark energy. B. From "No Dark Matter, No Maybe" - Enough is enough. Humanity has been hallucinating about dark energy and dark matter for circa 100 years. - The "tiny primordial lumps" grew NOT into galaxies, but into galaxy clusters. - "Galaxy Clusters Evolved By Dispersion, Not By Conglomeration". - "There's No Dark Energy Nor Dark Matter". All the initial singularity energy and matter is still there in space-distance, accounted for by E=Total[m(1 + D)] . C. And "Cosmic Evolution Simplified" accounts for the origin and nature of evolutionary biology via the cosmic gravity monotheism. Dov Henis (Comments From The 22nd Century)

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