Hunt for Dark Matter



The Large Underground Xenon (LUX) experiment, which ran for nearly two years and ended in May 2016, was one of the most significant efforts to directly detect dark matter.

Despite the wealth of (gravitational) evidence supporting the existence of non-baryonic dark matter in the Universe,[1] dark matter particles

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Nickel-Hydrogen Cold Fusion?

Many questions about the slow success of Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat technology.

Nobel Prize-winning Cambridge Physicist Brian Josephson made an appeal to Rossi to have his device formally evaluated by scientists.  Rossi stated he cannot meet Josephson’s demands because it would reveal what he considers his trade secrets to a potential competitor.

Almost as essential as

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Cold Fusion from Italy?

San Francisco, Nov 12, 2011

A physicist in Italy declares to have demonstrated a new type of power plant that provides risk-free, low-priced, and practically unlimited nuclear power to the globe, without fossil gases or radiation worries.

The qualities from the technology are phenomenal – and they may be considered almost too good to be

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Solar Wind Speeds

The search for the source of the solar wind has been like the hunt for the source of the Nile. 

The solar wind starting at speeds around 20,000 mph at the surface of the sun and accelerating to over two million mph. 

The solar wind appears to ‘grow’ much faster than grass.  It

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Lightning Storms

What causes charge separation in a thunder cloud?  Where do lightning storms get their “endless” energy from? 

 These questions are explained by the Electro Gravity theory. 

The EG theory explains why the earth will draw mostly negatively charged particles towards itself (as seen in cloud charge separation) and push positive charges away – until

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Cosmic Dark Matter

Dark Matter was invented to explain why the galaxies do not fly apart from the pure rotation and speed of things. According to the Dark Matter theory, there is not enough gravity from ordinary matter to hold the galaxies together.

However, with the ElectroGravity model, we can show how all cosmic bodies will

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