What a very interesting theory. This also fits well into string theorem ideas of the universe. I do not suppose to fully understand string theory in the slightest. I do however understand it enough to find it interesting, and understand that the ideas presented above fit into the model of strings of light bending to the twisted strings of universal particles. For more information so that I don't sound crazy, visit this sight.
|What a very interesting theory.......|
Dark matter "wrecking ball" may have hit Milky Way
Piffle, suggests one astrophysicist, at least when it comes to explaining what force could have permanently bent a ring in our Milky Way Galaxy within the last 60 million years. The real explanation may be the power of an invisible wrecking ball made of dark matter - a cloud of the enigmatic physics particles born in the fiery aftermath of the Big Bang and weighing as much as 10 million suns. Ref. Source 3
This all sounds very interesting and makes sense I suppose. Though nothing about these dark matter theories seem to be concrete. I have seen a documentary on this and the visual models that show these theories helps a lot in understanding them. Basically what I got from it is there is a river sort of of dark matter around objects we can see. Holding them in place and affecting their movement.
It is very hard for me to wrap my mind around issues that talk about this type of science as well.
I was trying to read a book by Hawkings and felt rather lost, he did explain that if a set of twins had one that left the earth for a period of time would age either less or more (I cant remember which) than the twin on earth ?