Waves in Dark Matter

A New View of the Solar System and Beyond:
Wave Cosmology

Wave Cosmology provides an explanation for the organization of the solar system and the universe. For example it provides good answers for the following previously unanswered questions:

How did the solar system form and why does it stay together?
  • Includes Physics Essays paper

    What causes the sunspot cycle?

    Why do planetary rings form and stay in place?

    Why did the universe become lumpy and galaxies form?

    IMPORTANT NEW IDEA ARTICLE: "Gravity as a Wave Phenomenon"

    An exciting article on the possible consequences of the wave theory.

    A late article suggesting more phenomena are in the wave picture, Structure in the Vacuum

  • See an important article Dark Matter Waves and Planetary Rings

    Wagner Research Laboratory has been doing research on W-waves since 1988. W-waves are slow moving longitudinal waves that we first found in plants. For more information on that subject visit the Plant Research Page. It became apparent early that these waves are fundamental to plant organization. They also seem to be fundamental to the formation and organization of the solar system and universe. The work at Wagner Research Laboratory (WRL) has demonstrated that the wave theory solves many problems of the solar system and universe that other theories do not touch.


    We are aware that some will find what we are promoting as too speculative and incomplete. The theory, however, seems to solve more problems than any other and is simpler than any other. The latter criteria are well known as the criteria that are used to choose the best theory of a set of theories. We present the ideas here for others to judge and hope that others will be able to advance the theory well beyond what we have done. It is well known that the presently accepted physics theories which, developed in the 20's and 30's, have arrived at the point of becoming religious dogma. Well known physicists like Einstein and de Broglie warned that science eventually becomes like a religion with sacred dogma that cannot be disputed. Present physics has barely scratched the surface of physical knowledge and now is the time to move on to new physics with bold hypotheses so that more of nature can be understood. We physicists and the public often have the idea that physicists understand everything but actually we understand practically nothing. For example, we don't know the real basis of electromagnet ics, elementary particles, quantum mechanics, mass, or energy. We understand a few practical applications from doing experiments but otherwise everything else is mostly speculation.


    In the discussion sections "dark matter" is mentioned again and again so we need to say something about the subject first. Ever since about 1933 astronomers have thought that there is much more matter in the universe than just ordinary matter. Ordinary matter, called baryonic matter, can be seen and detected with present technology. The additional unknown matter manifests itself in the dynamic behavior of galaxies and portions of galaxies. Astronomers conclude that more than 90% of matter is dark matter or matter that cannot be detected by ordinary means. There is much information on the World Wide Web available on the subject of dark matter for those wishing to pursue the topic in detail. Several hypotheses as to the composition of dark matter have been proposed. For many years dark matter was a neglected study, but recently much effort has been put into searching for it. Some have proposed that it is composed of ordinary matter which cannot be seen. Recent studies have tended to rule this out as a large component. Others propose special exotic particles which have not yet been identified. Our experiments may characterize dark matter considerably. For example they may suggest that dark matter near and within a star is made up of a large numerical density of slow moving, massive particles which don't interact much electromagnetically. Dark matter and the vacuum characteristics appear to be very important in controlling and organizing nature, with their quantum character and wave characteristics, if our hypotheses are correct (see the book Waves in Dark Matter).
    The recent addition of "dark energy" has complicated the theory considerably.

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