It is the Dark Energy in the Universe that Gives Mass to Matter

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The dark energy – the unknown substance that is accelerating distant galaxies and making up 73% of the universe – has also been found necessary for matter to have mass. Without dark energy, matter would show no mass and we would not recognize our universe. The Theory of Something reveals what dark energy is and how it relates to mass and gravity.

In addition to Newton’s second law of motion and the gravity law, a third – previously unknown – distant force on mass is also derived. It is believed to be the force accelerating distant galaxies.

Understanding that all forces are electromagnetic in nature, electromagnetic theory must be the fundamental physical law and other physical laws emanate from there. Still, I was very surprised when F=ma showed up from rather simple calculations.

The new Theory of Something that recently revealed the underlying reality of the quantum world and how the universe is built, also explains the mysterious dark energy making up 73% of space that has been confirmed in the last decade. It has now been discovered, that the dark energy not only accelerates distant galaxies - It also give objects their mass.

In the Theory of Something there is a fundamental charge particle, the Negtrino, that both makes up all other particles and fills space with a strong cubic Grid of the Negtrinos spaced 10 pm from each other (i.e. one billionth of a centimeter). The dark energy is found to be a small charge overpressure in this Grid, which is a remainder of the Big Bang that created the universe 13.7 billion years ago.

Since the Grid and matter are made up of electrical charge particles, all forces are electromagnetic and the fundamental mechanical laws of physics have been derived from classic electromagnetism, based on the discovered mechanism of mass and gravity. In the Theory of Something, mass and gravity are mechanisms instead of particle qualities and explained in chapter 4.3 of the document downloadable at Both Newton’s second law of motion (F=ma) and the gravity law – that were thought to be fundamental physical laws that could not be proved – are actually derived in the Theory of Something!

G.D. Tosman who has developed the Theory of Something says: “When starting the development, I had no idea that the fundamental mechanical laws could be derived from classic electromagnetism. However, when understanding that all forces were electromagnetic in nature, electromagnetic theory must be the fundamental physical law and other physical laws emanate from there. Still, I was very surprised when F=ma showed up from rather simple calculations, as is described in my blog post from October 12.”

The derived gravity law shows that the gravitational constant G, that previously only has been measured, can now be calculated from the dark energy (W) in the universe and the universe radius (R) of 46 billion light years (G=4Rc^4/W).

Mass itself is created by a portion of the Grid – a Grid room - surrounding every object and particle. Grid rooms encapsulate all objects and give them a small charge increase. That charge increase (Q) shows up as mass (m=QV/2c^2), but only if there is dark energy in space creating an electrical potential (V). Without dark energy, matter has no mass.

It is the Grid rooms together with the dark energy that give mass to matter and since the Grid only can contribute 96.4 kg per cubic meter, a Grid room surrounding e.g. a 10 kg object will occupy a volume of 104 liters that are stuck around that object.

In addition to Newton’s two force laws acting on mass, a third repelling force, which is zero at the center of the universe and increases toward the edge of the universe, is derived. That force is also electromagnetic and is believed to be the force that accelerates the distant galaxies. That distant force (derived in chapter 5.3 of the Theory of Something document) shows an acceleration (4rc^2/(3R^2-r^2)), which only depends on where between us and edge of the universe the mass (the galaxy) is located. The acceleration is not dependent on the dark energy – only on the distance to the galaxy – but since mass itself only shows up if there is dark energy, the kinetic energy in the distant galaxies is coming from the dark energy.

About Theory of Something

The Theory of Something (ToS) was presented in fall 2012 and provides an understandable reality of how the quantum world and the universe works.

There is a single fundamental elementary charge particle – the Negtrino – that builds up all other particles and also fills up all of space with a cubic Grid of Negtrinos 10 pm apart. There are 3 room dimensions, time and charge at the fundamental level and classic electromagnetic theory rules. Mass and gravity are mechanisms where matter interacts with the Grid – They are not qualities of any particle and kg is not a base unit.

From the single fundamental physical law, the electromagnetic force between moving point charges, all other physical laws can be derived. Newton’s gravity law, his second law of motion (F=ma) as well as the force accelerating distant galaxies have been derived in the ToS. These three forces acting upon mass (which is a charge increase in the Grid), as well as the strong and weak forces of the standard model, are electromagnetic in nature and not carried by particles. No fine-tuning of physical constants, no energy emerging out of nothing, no extra dimensions, no new physical laws emerging now and then, are required for universes to exist. The universe we experience was seeded at the Big Bang when the recently detected dark energy was injected into our universe.

In the ToS, there is an understandable reality behind the current mysteries of the quantum world and the universes. Even the photon, what energy actually is, what a black hole consists of, how Something can emerge out of Nothing and more things are explained and can be understood in the Theory of Something.

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