Dark Matter

Hyderabad: 19 April 2022: The following is sheer speculation. No maths whatsoever, no experiments to suggest, just a shot in the dark..
Nature abhors a vacuum.. from the very “beginning” ( at least of the atomic, material universe ) the Cosmos has been trying to “start fires” and eventually ( perhaps like complex life emerging from the primordial soup ) managed to do so.. maybe in more instances than we realise..
Virtual particles pop into existence ( arising from the “aether”, to use a generic term for space itself or the Cosmic ocean ) and then they appear to pop out again ( like a fire catching or not ). Or.. are they instantly subject to ( and effectively become ) gravity ( with a tendency to “group” within the aether )..? Is this still ( as ever ) occurring now..? This is Dark Matter. Imagine trying to calculate the mass of the Earth as it causes gravity without taking our oceans into account. Of course, the Cosmic oceans are a far greater proportion of space and the Dark Matter wields far more gravity than we account for. Now, as the particles become subject to gravity they emit waves / particles ( we know the score ). These are sub-luminal ( by which I mean they are within space / tinier than light photons ) and travel away from the gravitational centre faster than the speed of light, creating an expanding “space” but having a minimal ( if any ) effect on matter.
This is Dark Energy.
Only read on if you like crazy thinking.. Right, so what happens to the continuing accumulation of gravity / Dark Matter..? In the case of a planet like the Earth, I suggest it is “destroyed” at the centre causing the gravitational well that we are aware of ( and emanates sub-aethereally ).
Or, perhaps, to be even more speculative, the emanations become animated and aligned to cause our magnetic field ( mumbles something about magnets being similar i.e. creating a stronger force than gravity in the same kind of way due to the atomic nature of the matter i.e. it is their “spin” that creates an attractive force .In the case of stars.. do they really burn their energy so slowly? Ok, so the sun has a vast reservoir of hydrogen but no matter how large, would a star really last billions of years without it's fuel being replenished? Could Dark Matter help create more hydrogen?
Alternatively, as a fire needs oxygen to burn, perhaps a star requires the Dark Matter to continue it's fusion process, although it seems the Dark Matter must be consumed

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