Sunday, October 15, 2006

Deep Purple Matter?

Finally, Scientist think they have found proof of "Dark Matter". Astro-Physicists and Astronomers for years have been theorizing that there must be "something else" out there to account for all the gravitational pull (at least 20% of it) The visible Universe, like planets, stars and comets just couldn't be enough to hold it all together. The Big Bang would be happening much faster. Many of their recent theories have tried to explain away all the incomprehensible events and "singularities". Now, thanks to Hubble's photographic power and NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory with several ground based observatories, a team, headed by Douglas Clowe from the U. of Ariz. have final, definitive proof it, what is it, actually, and what does it do or not do?
Of course, I happen to have some ideas and "theories" of my own. Wouldn't you know it? These "invisible particles" could be streaming through us 24/7 and we're none the wiser. We might be greatly influenced by them and we have no way to perceive it.
First, I'd like to think it might have something to do with our responses to "the music of the spheres". There is more than "a feeling" I get when I appreciate or produce "thrilling" music. And there is that old pop song..."When the deep purple falls over sleepy garden walls..." ( also a great charades "song title" to pantomime)
Although I really don't think it could be a "negative force" in our Universe ie. "dark matter" Dark doesn't necessarily connote negative as in photography. I'm thinking it may be like "anti-matter" like in Star Trek. Where would their warp drives be without discovering how to harness its use?
Then there is the not so random possibility that there just might be an "alternative universe" out there/in here with mirror images of us all and what we've created. Maybe we don't even have to go through a "worm-hole" to get to it. Dark matter is the only evidence we'll ever have of it, at least until we accomplish "time travel".
Maybe the "forces" that built the Pyramids and Stonehenge were able to tap into the mysteries of Dark Matter. Crop circles don't just lay down of their own free will. Deep Purple has to "fall" somewhere. Ghost Busters probably have some gizmo that detects it by now; unless they're like Jennifer Love Hewitt who seems to inspire "souls" to leave her and seek "The Light" which contains all the hues of R.O.Y. G. B.I.V. (I don't think I would)
And then, just maybe, there are "things" in this Universe that we will never be able to know or understand...and isn't that just peachy? I think so. Bob!


At 2:47 PM, Blogger BOB! Your Life Preserver said...

I think I've found another meaning for "dark matter". This one goes along with "What's the matter?" and "Oh, it doesn't matter." The mysterious dark matter doesn't seem to matter and yet it does. I'm getting to know that feeling too. No matter what you say or do, it doesn't seem to matter. We all want to matter to someone else, someone we love especially. Bob!

At 7:07 AM, Blogger BOB! Your Life Preserver said...

Just thought of another "kind of matter" (not dark but could become dark) That would be "grey matter" you know, that stuff between your ears. I'm working on keeping all of mine currently, and increasing it with this blog and my college classes, tutoring and helping with a high school after school production of "Christmas Carol" the hood! Consulting on the stagecrafts involved in scenery construction. Use it or lose it! Bob!


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