Dim Matter will be matter that we can’t see since it doesn’t mirror light, so our sensors can’t uncover it. Dim Energy will be energy in the Universe that we realize should exist yet can’t see and as of now don’t totally have any idea. As of late, I was posed this inquiry, and this is the response I gave, perhaps you can make sense of it better, provided that this is true, that simply shows your knowledge and comprehension of these ideas. Presently then, here are my considerations on this subject;
All things considered, as far as I can tell, Dim Matter, is simply the sum the condition E=MC squared is off contrasted with what we can gauge. Thus, perhaps the condition is off-base, or there is something different. For sure, there is continuously ‘something different’ right? For example in the event that you include the quantity of cows in a field and, take that number of cows out, then, at that point, there are zero cows and your condition of the limited set is unbiased or zero, but there is still grass, bugs, and a periodic critter living in an opening, similar to a gopher, field mouse, hedgehog, mole, and so on. Is it true or not that they are dull matter?
On the off chance that you don’t have the foggiest idea what’s, they are right there, when you know, you need to change the condition or include that distinction. Thus, the condition is somewhat off, or there is ‘something different’ or ‘something elses’ there. Whatever is there that we presently call dim matter – or dim energy relying upon how the condition is at last offset, giving it is right, it won’t be dull once we know. We likewise realize that things can change from issue to energy or potentially be in an in the middle between.
In the event that our central comprehension is off, our condition is clearly off. Issue is we don’t have the foggiest idea and many suspect parts that are absent. Progress particles for example, new conditions of issue we have barely any familiarity with. Assuming that our universe folds over itself we may be estimating some stuff two times, subsequently off. We could likewise be missing to gauge what we can’t yet notice, or have mislabeled and mistakenly estimated as other than it is.
Assuming that photons have an exceptionally minuscule mass, yet there are so many to illuminate everything, perhaps that is the missing issue, assuming light is twisted around and around objects, there is substantially more of it than we are estimating, how much? In the event that the universe isn’t extending, yet the light is moving near, it could give off an impression of being growing when it’s not, then the condition won’t match by the same token. I have such countless inquiries on everything. From what I’m perusing and all the sub-hypotheses, it is potential we will get to the response soon – that is on the off chance that somebody hasn’t proactively sorted it out yet isn’t viewed as a learned material science master so their papers are not generally thought to be commendable, on the off chance that they have thought of one by any stretch of the imagination.