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  1. The formula of QCD does not change. So dark matter can be explained by the quantum vacuum of quantum chromodynamics. The pressure? Yes it is rather the reverse. What is the difference between: and: Case for axion origin of dark matter gains traction ?
  2. Here is an approach by the Cosmological Constant https://arxiv.org/abs/1802.08317 With the Oscillator:
  3. Legend of Kartazion.

  4. I want to clarify that the quote comes from the adviser to the director at the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) Do you agree with what he says?
  5. From a conference by Gilles Cohen-Tannoudji. I have a digital archive in French if necessary. The diagram comes from me. Indeed according to the principle of the anharmonic oscillator with which I work, I wish to claim that the particle oscillates between singularity and corelated matter. Between two is the flow of the particle which is only the quantum vacuum. The speed of the particle according to the potential energy. Dark matter is then only an addition of all the quantum vacuum space to a smaller area. This area can be reduced and reach a higher density. This could be compared to condensed matter. I do not know yet. Here is what I found: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weak_convergence_(Hilbert_space)
  6. "Dark matter can be explained by the quantum vacuum of quantum chromodynamics" Gilles Cohen-Tannoudji. Here is the path taken by the particle between singularity and final matter: In the case of this deduction and reasoning, the dark matter must be expressed only with a particle at very high speed. Dark matter is only an addition of the convergence of the quantum vacuum at a point (an area). The density of dark matter is proportional to the convergence of space towards this singularity. Reference: https://www.scienceforums.net/topic/120416-anharmonic-oscillator/ https://www.scienceforums.net/topic/120749-quantum-chromodynamics-with-a-single-particle-in-motion/
  7. Before arriving at the PDE, the probability distribution that I want as a function of point x and time t0 would have the following form: [math] P(x,t_0) = \delta(x-f(t)) \delta(t_0-t) [/math] Where [math]\delta(z)[/math] is the Dirac delta function. With this distribution, we can know the probability of finding the particle between the points x1 and x2, and in the time interval (t1, t2) in an analogous manner: [math] P(x_1 < x < x_2, t_1 < t < t_2) = \int_{x_1}^{x_2}\int_{t_1}^{t_2}P(x,t)dxdt [/math]
  8. ... Here is the part I was advised to study in order to be able to develop a probable mathematical solution to the given problem (which is, and with the help of an anharmonic oscillator, to highlight the duplication of a single particle, in two distinct points). Those are the Partial Differential Equations. I'll be back in a little while to give you the first forms of scripture. Thanks.
  9. Then ignored me, and don't answer. I was talking to StringJunky. I didn't know going to college or university was dangerous.
  10. I have all my life to learn.
  11. And I thought there was one thing more important than the other.
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