Normal matter =.049
Dark matter =.268
DARK energy=.683
Normal matter * sqrt of Speed of light= Dark matter
.049 * sqrt of 299792.5= .268
does this help?

Normal matter =.049
Dark matter =.268
DARK energy=.683
Normal matter * sqrt of Speed of light= Dark matter
.049 * sqrt of 299792.5= .268
does this help?
David, there is a real problem with your units there. How would it work in a system of units where the speed of light was equal to 1? It's only the radius of the earth and the rate of its rotation that has lead to the speed of light being expressed as 3 x 10^8 m/s after all so any relationship you can see can only be a happy coincidence.
I understand this, but that doesn't negate the fact that light is a property of our universe, its speed is significant. In 1983 the "meter" was redefined and set to the speed of light so that light now has a set locked definition of the distance it travels in a vacuum. I dont know what you mean with the radius of the earth and all. The speed of light would be the same on any sized planet no matter its rotation. If someone on another planet discovered that the speed of light was something that they called "1" it would only follow that E=m1^2 and that "1" would represent a distance light could travel in some amount of time, and that would be a speed at which time and space are in someways the same. The result would still be the same;
normal matter * sqrt of C= Dark matter
We know that 68.3% of the universe is dark energy. So it took 31.7 % of the Universe's energy, to bind together all the particles that make up the normal matter in our universe. So if you annialated all the normal matter in the universe, you would end up with 31.7% of its total energy.
So . . Dark Energy^2 * normal matter + E^2 * Dark matter= .049
These energys are squared because that is the energies\speeds\spins\charges that DM needs to bond and become normal matter.
David, you said
"normal matter * sqrt of C= Dark matter"
but if c were equal to 1 wouldn't that imply that normal matter = dark matter?
The metre was originally defined as the circumference of the earth / 40,000,000. With the more recent definition of the metre it is more like the circumference of the earth / 40,075,000.
You are probably already aware that the second is the length of a day / 86,400 (i.e. 24 x 60 x 60).
So the fact that the speed of light is 3 x 10^8 m/s does not have special significance. We have picked the units and we could pick different units so the square root could be anything!
This equation is incorrect anyway :
.049 * sqrt of 299792.5= .268
according to my calculator it gives 26.8
No, because if c were = 1, then all the other measurements would adjust accordingly, . . relative to 1 . And whatever was used to represent DM would be a tiny fraction of 1.David, you said
"normal matter * sqrt of C= Dark matter"
but if c were equal to 1 wouldn't that imply that normal matter = dark matter?
Yes. Dark matter= 26.8% of our universeaccording to my calculator it gives 26.8
the important thing here is not the measuring or what system of units one may use, but that its the speed at which time and space are in someways the same.
The sqrt of c is the speed at which normal matter and Dark matter are in someways the same.
If you square the Dark matter and/or normal matter then the energies/Dark energy/ speed of light, are in some ways the same.
No. The square root of a speed is the square root of a speed, not a speed.
I strongly recommend that you read about dimensional analysis.
As KJW pointed out the square root of a speed is the square root of a speed. The ratio of dark matter to normal matter has no dimensions and no units. So the dimensions and units on both sides of your equations don't match. It would be like saying:
6 apples = 6 (the number)
The units on both sides of the equation must match.
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