String theory

# String theory

Can Energy be polydimensional? If 95% of the mass in the universe is dark ma...

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String theory discussion

CTuggle
09/28/11
Can Energy be polydimensional? If 95% of the mass in the universe is dark matter, could that just be matter that has been removed from this plane to another via blackholes? would this constitute a balancing act of mass and energy between dimensional planes? Is the universe old enough and are there enough blackholes for this to be feasable? Do the current Models of speculated "Dark Matter" form Shapes that are consistant with the physical laws of our universe? Or would a model universe in which the laws of physics are reversed better explain the shape of these models?
Sorry I'm a machinist not a physics major. I've never even taken a calculus course,So I'm not sure if my questions even have stable platform.
Thanks
-Charlie Tuggle

lashonda1
12/22/11
replied to: CTuggle
Are you wanting more blackholes for solar forces and is the polydemensionals . used to mass the universe. a length in depth matters when solars are forcing the platform to dent the earth. so is thats whats going on a reformation of the earth and whats the new form. a blackhole is a opening without stars and digital equipment. is this abouting shattering the earth.

lashonda1
12/22/11
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Polydememsional
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Godsphysics
10/31/12
replied to: CTuggle
Energy in the form of string theory is indeed polydimensional, however what did you mean by the question? As in polydimensional do you actually mean dimensions or universes as there is a difference. I'll assume with your talk of planes you mean universes and thus I'll answer accordingly. Black holes do not transfer mass or energy to other universes as nothing can pass through the void that seperates universes. Most mass and energy is fixed onto the membrane that makes our universe and being in a black hole does not change this. The exception of course are the strings responsible for gravitons, which are beleived to be able to pass from universe to universe as they are not fixed (thus explaining why gravity is so weak). Dark matter does not actually account for 95% of the universe only 25%. The other 70% that is not dark matter or 'normal' matter is said to be dark energy different to both the others. However as an answer to your question, yes it is possible that dark matter is from another univers. It has been a theory of mine that dark matter is actually gravitons leaking into this universe from another, and as such yes some energy can pass through into other unigverses though not through black holes.