Dark matter possible source
by Willy - 4/22/13 1:10 PM
Over time I have leaned that high-energy or cosmic particles that seem to venerate all over the cosmos may have a link to dark matter. In the recent science article in Time, 4/2013 it offers that 2-dark matter particles collide and release 1-positron and 1-electron. using an orbiting spectrometer on the ISS has recorded such results.
This means that for something we can't measure as of yet, because more than likely these particles act as if theyre particles that otherwise literally can pass through anything w/o reaction. It Does show that at its own level similar particles do interact and produce yet different particles.In my thinking as i found in other reading that the dark matter halo that surrounds any galaxy though small in nature is so abundant and extends at 5-10x distant from our galactic rim. That comes from the conclusion that dark matter is what reins in our galaxy from flying apart due to spin. Closer to the galactic rim should be larger particles or atoms like Hydrogen and Helium to include yet small amounts of larger atoms. The heavier or larger atoms should become more prevalent as they some closer to the center of the galaxy to exclude those thrown from stellar novi and probable existence from collisions on their own. Using the article example of dark matter collisions it seems to make sense that collisions do happen on all levels. These collisions happening do cause particles to wander yet closer or start a "spiral" to become more particles that interact yet again as they become closer to the galactic center.
There another nugget to add to my knowledge base. -----Willy