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Electric fields, magnetic fields ... exist in two opposing states:
•   charge (+) and charge (-)
•    north pole and south pole
Gravitational field has something wrong because it only has gravity without repulsive forces. Let us now assume that the "gravitational constant  G" is not invariant by distance. It can take negative values, positive and zero.
•   When ( G < 0 ), it will have gravity
•   When ( G  > 0 ), there will be thrust
•   When ( G = 0 ), there is no force

The wave of the gravitational field is a special waveform. It stood still and motionless in space.
At the point where G = 0 is called the the equilibrium position. There are two types of equilibrium position: sustainable ( R2) and non-sustainable ( R1 , R3).
•   At  R2: If the moving object moves away from M, it is pulled in. If it goes in the direction of movement near the M, it will be pushed away. As a result, it simple harmonic motion around the equilibrium position R2. The amplitude of this simple harmonic oscillation can be very large.
•   At  R1 and  R3, if the object deviates from the equilibrium position, it will be pulled in or ejected.

The connection of objects in galaxies is similar to the bonding of atoms in the metal network. Thus, galaxies can exist in all different shapes.
In the distance from M to R1 is equal to L1. G<0  and R1 are said to be boundaries of Oort cloud because matter outside of R1 would be pushed out of the solar system.   So:      R1 = 1.ly
Is gravitational constant a constant? All experiments to find this constant are done at very small distances. This is a shortcoming in science. At great distances, humans rely on the motions of planets to find G. The law of Kepler 3 shows us that G is not a constant:

Recently, Pioneer 10 and Pioneer 11(Pioneer anomaly)  show that G increases with distance.

Absolute values of G tend to increase with distance. G  decreases to zero and changes the sign (negative, positive) when passing through the equilibrium point. (See the illustration below).

The gravitational constant G is forced to increase to serve the following problem:

It is the energy conservation of gravitational waves.   
If : L1 =  L2 =  L3 =... =  Ln,  then G is forced to rise too fast. This is unreasonable. Therefore, L must also increase along with G. I have an assumption that:  Ln+1  = K . Ln   with  K > 1. I'm leaning toward the plan :
K = 3  “This is just a guess, because most of the objects at distance (Larger than 4.ly a little ) have a direction of motion away from the solar system”



Galaxies are formed in different states.
•   Galaxies have outer objects that move at small velocities:  The centrifugal force of the outer objects is small. These objects tend to be in position M1 and have a  G1  value. If G1 = 6.67E-11, then the galaxy has no dark matter. If object are accidentally located at position M2 and have a G2 value. Have G2 >  G1 and gravity will be greater than the centrifugal force. As a result, the object will be pulled back to position M1.
•   Galaxies with external objects moving quickly:   The centrifugal force of the outer objects is large. It has a tendency to be pushed to position M2 and has a G2 value. Depending on the value of G2, that galaxy's rating has more or less dark matter.
The objects are accidentally located at position M3 and have a G3 value. Have G3  >  0 and the object will push away. Dark energy comes from here.

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Re: A solution to the mystery of dark matter and dark energy
« Reply #1 on: 05/08/2018 10:24 PM »
Gravitational field has something wrong because it only has gravity without repulsive forces. Let us now assume that the "gravitational constant  G" is not invariant by distance. It can take negative values, positive and zero.
You can not replicate the results that show that dark matter exists with this. simple modifications to the gravitational law don't work, the only thing that fits all of the dark matter data (especially some recent results about some small galaxies with below average dark matter present) is the actual presence of additional matter not detectable by any direct electromagnetic observations that we are capable of.

There is the possibility for repulsive force in GR anyway, except as far as we know "negative mass" does not actually exist. Also, dark energy is an entirely different problem relating to the cause of accelerating expansion of the universe. The behavior is described perfectly well by constant G, it is where the energy for this comes from that is the question, and nothing you say addresses that. It is obvious that you don't even know what the problems are that are solved by dark matter and dark energy, let alone having a legitimate alternative solution.

The biggest problem with your whole post, is that you claim to have solved the problems without having looked at any real data. Your post does not include a single galactic rotation curve, or discuss the Doppler shift from distant galaxies. The only actual experimental data you reference is the pioneer anomaly indicating you haven't even done the minimal research required to find out that it was determined to be thrust due to asymmetric black body radiation off of the spacecraft that had not been modeled sufficiently.

My question for you is that given that your post makes it obvious that you haven't done even the slightest bit of actual research, why do you think you are able to solve a problem being studied in depth from people around the world?

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Re: A solution to the mystery of dark matter and dark energy
« Reply #2 on: 05/09/2018 02:53 AM »
You have a high demand and even Einstein does not meet your requirements.
Einstein
Given the theory of relativity, Einstein did not have something convincing. Work needs to involve everyone
If I have data about the distance and radial velocity of objects in a 50 ly radius ( from the sun and in the long period ), then we will talk a lot about it.

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Re: A solution to the mystery of dark matter and dark energy
« Reply #3 on: 05/09/2018 03:17 AM »
If I'm not mistaken, there are two different types of space where there is only thrust or gravity. Therefore, data on radial velocity and distance (over a long period of time) is very important.

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Re: A solution to the mystery of dark matter and dark energy
« Reply #4 on: 05/09/2018 03:37 AM »
There has to be some natural resistance to exceed the speed of light.  Have wondered if the solar system is approaching the speed of light , but with each object in the solar system having its own history of time.

So perhaps dark matter is non-physical. And G is a gauge of speed toward c
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Re: A solution to the mystery of dark matter and dark energy
« Reply #5 on: 05/09/2018 03:39 AM »
 Are you just picking terms at random and making sentences out of them?
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Re: A solution to the mystery of dark matter and dark energy
« Reply #6 on: 05/09/2018 05:38 AM »
If I'm not mistaken, there are two different types of space where there is only thrust or gravity. Therefore, data on radial velocity and distance (over a long period of time) is very important.
Data exists, you can research it if you want. None of it supports your claims.

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Re: A solution to the mystery of dark matter and dark energy
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Re: A solution to the mystery of dark matter and dark energy
« Reply #8 on: 05/17/2018 02:33 AM »
What you wrote down is not energy conservation for gravitational waves. Your equation is in actuality meaningless.

Your first problem is that you are ignoring the fact that you need to be integrating in 3 dimensional space. you are using the r from spherical coordinates, but ignoring the angle terms. Doing the correct* integral in spherical coordinates brings in a r^2 term to cancel out the 1/r^2.

Other problems are that you are confusing static gravitational potentials with gravitational waves. Static potentials don't have energy flowing anywhere so "conservation of energy" is not applicable the way you are trying to do it.  Also, wavelength of gravitational waves are fixed, not varying with distance from source** (we have measured them)

* GR makes al of this more complicated, but it reduces to approximately this, whereas what you wrote is not even remotely accurate.
** again, GR messes with definition of distance, since the gravitational waves are space itself contracting and expanding, but close enough for relevant purposes.

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Re: A solution to the mystery of dark matter and dark energy
« Reply #9 on: 05/18/2018 01:35 PM »
I have a different solution regarding dark energy

Let's look at the famous E = MC ^ 2 in which for my hypotheses we have to redefine M = mass, we redefine the mass of a looped space

Now this pattern has more sense or energy = Unraveling the looped space to the square of the speed of light.

How does it help us explain dark energy?

It is easy with the transformation of mass into energy, the amount of space separating two gravitational wells increases. So the expansion of the Universe is dependent on the rate of matter dissolution.

Every star in the universe during the fusion process turns the mass into energy and thus extends the universe.

This hypothesis also explains in a clear way what's going on In the reaction of Matter and Antimatter for simplicity imagine a string with two straight loops that are
with your mirror reflection when we put them together, our  loops will cancel each-others and string will again now full length.
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Re: A solution to the mystery of dark matter and dark energy
« Reply #10 on: 05/18/2018 03:13 PM »
we redefine the mass of a looped space
You can't "redefine" something that wasn't defined to begin with. You provided no actual definition for "looped space" or its mass, so nothing in your post has any meaning whatsoever, and it does not explain anything.

See also my note to the OP of this thread about looking at actual data and numerically comparing it to your hypothesis before claiming you have solved a problem. (Of course first you need to actually define what you are talking about before it is possible to do that.)

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