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How dark matter created dark energy and the sun : an astrophysics detective story

Author: Jerome Drexler
Publisher: [Parkland, Fla.] ; Universal Publishers, 2004.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jerome Drexler
ISBN: 1581125518 9781581125511
OCLC Number: 56588236
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xii, 144 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Can the ultra-high-energy (UHE) proton be a dark matter candidate? --
Could cosmic-ray protons play a leading role in creating the sun? --
UHE protons and cosmic-ray protons exhibit a characteristic normally expected of dark matter particles --
What causes the transformation from UHE protons to cosmic-ray protons? --
The accelerating expansion of the universe is between galaxy clusters --
The focus of the lecture slides --
Lectrure : "how dark matter created dark energy and the sun" --
Part I: The discovery and mystery of dark matter --
Discovery and confirmation that a dark matter halo surrounds spiral galaxies and clusters --
Dark matter --
astronomers cannot see it with telescopes --
The massive dark matter halo of a spiral galaxy --
Five times as much dark matter as galaxy matter --
Is a universe made only of baryons impossible? --
The search for dark matter --
it cannot be protons --
Cold and warm non-baryonic dark matter, dark matter, drak energy --
Part II: UHE protons as a dark matter candidate --
Are protons near the speed of light, dark matter candidates? --
Are relativistic protons dark matter particles? --
Energy of relativistic protons and their relativistic mass --
Highly energetic protons striking the earth as cosmic rays --
Cosmic-ray energy distribution at the earth --
Evidence the relativistic halo protons could be the long-sought dark matter --
Halo protons create beryllium and boron --
additional dark matter evidence --
The source of cosmic-ray protons surrounds the earth --
more dark matter evidence --
Similar ratio of protons to helium nuclei in cosmic rays and in the universe --
Part III: The dark matter halo of spiral galaxies --
Linking UHE protons and cosmic-ray protons to dark matter particles --
Masses of hot "missing" integalactic baryons could be dark matter particles --
Astronomical evidence supports UHE protons as dark matter particles --
Particle physics evidence supports UHE protons as dark matter particles --
Part IV: Are UHE dark matter halo protons relics of the big bang? --
Did all protons convert to hydrogen 700, 000 years after the big bang? --
Big bang proton energies have declined to one billionth of initial levels --
Part V: The UHE protons in the halos of spiral galaxies still retain enoormous energies --
Synchrotron-radiation energy loss of protons over 13.7 billion years --
Part VI: UHE protons create synchroton radiation in the form of gamma rays --
Gamma-ray glow bathes milky way --
X ray synchrotron radiation from UHE electron cosmic rays --
Part VII: Big bang origin of 10²⁰ eV cosmic-ray protons found in the Milky Way? --
Part VIII: The accelerating expansion of the universe and dark energy --
Points used to explain dark matter and the accelerating expansion of the universe --
The accelerating expansion between galaxy clusters --
Jerome Drexler's theory of the accelerating expansion between galaxy clusters --
Part IX: Jerome Drexler's theory of star and sun formation --
What source of hydrogen created the stars of the milky way? --
About 1 to 2 ponds per day of cosmic-ray nuclei arrive at the earth --
The sun came into being 9 billion years after the big bang --
About 2 x 10¹⁸ pounds per day of cosmic-ray particles strike the solar system --
Maybe UHE cosmic-ray nuclei did create the sun --
From the sun to population I stars in other spiral galaxies --
The sun's mass may be greater today than at birth --
Did cosmic-ray nuclei trigger the sun's fusion reaction? --
Part X: Cosmic-ray cosmology : Drexler's unified theory of dark matter, accelerating expansion, and star formation --
Part XI: Drexler's theory of "immortal" UHE protons, "mortal" cosmic-ray protons, and the "death spiral" --
What is the difference between a UHE proton and a cosmic-ray proton? --
From "immortal" UHE protons into "mortal" cosmic-ray protons via the "death spiral" --
Part XII: Astronomers report elliptical galaxies with no dark matter halo --
Part XIII: Cosmic-ray cosmology applied to galaxy formation --
Galaxy formation --
the proton Larmor radius --
Only one dark matter candidate establishes the approximate size of the Milky Way --
Galaxy formation --
some plausible speculations --
Part XIV: The principal goal of these lectures is to provide evidence --
Part XV: Tentative conclusions regarding dark matter, accelerating expansion, star and sun formation, and general astrophysics theory --
Tentative conclusions : dark matter --
Tentaive conclusions : accelerating expansion of the universe between galaxy clusters --
Tentative conclusions : star and sun formation --
Tentative conclusions : galaxy formation --
Tentative conclusions : general astrophysics theory.
Responsibility: Jerome Drexler.

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