Abundant Energy Is Here

Things are Changing 

One of the most enduring unexplained mysteries in our time is the origin and nature of dark matter and dark energy. These two phenomena comprise the vast majority of the universe, yet their exact composition and properties remain elusive. Today, I would like to explore what we know and determine how much we don't. Furthermore, today's post will look at the evolution of scientific knowledge and a surprise by the U.S. government regarding UFO technology.

Dark matter is a form of matter that does not interact with light or other forms of electromagnetic radiation, making it difficult to detect directly. Its existence is evident in its gravitational effects on visible matter, such as 

Dark Matter

galaxies and galactic clusters. Scientists have proposed various theoretical particles as candidates for dark matter, but conclusive evidence has yet to be found.

Moving on

Dark Energy

On the other hand, dark energy is a hypothetical form of energy responsible for the observed accelerated expansion of the universe. Its nature and origin are largely unknown, with some theories suggesting it could be related to the vacuum energy of space. 

However, much more research is needed to understand this mysterious force.   

What we Think We Know

Both dark matter and dark energy pose significant challenges to our current understanding of the universe and fundamental physics. They continue to be subjects of intense study and research, and unraveling their mysteries remains one of the biggest challenges in modern cosmology.

I share this information with you to better understand the opposition we all face when exploring new information or unanswered questions. As you have undoubtedly seen throughout my blogs, I like researching exciting people and otherworldly phenomena. However, you'll see that I cite critics and the request for peer-reviewed data or scientific proof. So, that tends to put most people back in the camp of false or untrue thinking.

To be clear, I have no issues with the scientific community or people looking for proven data. But, in some cases, we must understand that there is a lot of information science has yet to provide us with. That is why I started this blog with dark matter and energy. Scientists today face significant challenges to our current understanding of fundamental physics. First Newton and then Einstein. Who will be next?


Come together, Right Now

The study of dark matter and energy involves the efforts of numerous scientists, researchers, and institutions worldwide. It is a collaborative field with contributions from various scientific disciplines, including astrophysics, cosmology, particle physics, and theoretical physics. As a result, here are a few prominent organizations and collaborations that are actively involved in advancing our understanding of dark matter and dark energy:

  1. Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN: CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) operates the LHC, the world's most powerful particle accelerator. It has been instrumental in searching for evidence of dark matter particles, such as WIMPs, by colliding particles at high energies.
  2. Dark Energy Survey (DES): DES is an international collaboration involving scientists from over 25 institutions. It utilizes the Dark Energy Camera mounted on the Blanco telescope in Chile to map the distribution of galaxies and study the effects of dark energy on cosmic expansion.
  3. Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI): DESI is a multinational collaboration that aims to create a 3D map of the universe's structure and probe the nature of dark energy. It will measure the positions and properties of millions of galaxies and quasars to shed light on the universe's expansion history.
  4. The Planck Satellite: The European Space Agency's Planck satellite, launched in 2009, mapped the cosmic microwave background radiation in unprecedented detail. This data provided valuable insights into the universe's composition, including dark matter and dark energy.
  5. Theoretical Physicists: Numerous scientists and researchers worldwide are working on theoretical models and frameworks to explain the nature of dark matter and dark energy. These include individuals affiliated with universities, research institutions, and organizations focused on fundamental physics.

Working on It

It's essential to recognize that the study of dark matter and dark energy is a collective endeavor, and many scientists and organizations contribute to advancing our knowledge in this field. Collaboration and data sharing are crucial for progress in understanding these mysteries.

Large Hadron Collider

Keep Going 

So, how would this impact us, the average world citizen? If we were to understand dark matter and dark energy fully, it would have profound implications for our understanding of the universe and could potentially lead to many significant developments:

  1. Complete the Picture of the Universe: Understanding dark matter and dark energy would provide a more comprehensive understanding of the composition and evolution of the universe. It would help fill in the missing pieces and refine our understanding of the fundamental forces and particles that govern the cosmos.
  2. Cosmological Applications: The knowledge gained from understanding dark matter and dark energy could have practical applications in cosmology. It could enhance our ability to make more accurate predictions of the universe's evolution, such as the ultimate fate of the universe or the possibilities of alternate universes.
  3. New Physics: Unraveling the mysteries of dark matter and energy could revolutionize our understanding of fundamental physics. As a result, it may require the development of new theories or modifications to existing ones, leading to breakthroughs in areas such as particle physics, quantum mechanics, and general relativity.
  4. Technological Advancements: Scientific progress often leads to technological advancements. Understanding dark matter and energy could inspire new technologies, such as novel detection methods, particle accelerators, or energy sources that utilize our understanding of these phenomena.
  5. Practical Applications: Dark matter and dark energy research could have unforeseen practical applications beyond cosmology and fundamental physics. Similar to how the study of quantum mechanics led to developing technologies like transistors and lasers, understanding these enigmatic entities might yield unexpected applications in various fields, such as energy, communications, or computing.

As you can read, we can use many applications of dark matter and energy once we learn how to harness them. That is to say, such knowledge would undoubtedly expand our understanding of the universe, leading to transformative scientific and technological advancements.

I'm just a Bill...

I have one last bit of information to share with you. On June 26, 2023, Senate Intelligence Committee Vice Chairman Marco Rubio told a reporter that multiple individuals with "very high clearances and high positions within our government" "have come forward to share" "first-hand" UFO-related claims "beyond the realm of what [the Senate Intelligence Committee] has ever dealt with."

Senator Rubio's comments provide context for a bipartisan provision adopted unanimously by the Senate Intelligence Committee, which would immediately halt funding for any secret government or contractor efforts to retrieve and reverse-engineer craft of "non-earth" or "exotic" origin (click here to read the Bill).

And now it Begins! 

Consequently, this extraordinary language added to the Senate version of the Intelligence Authorization bill mirrors and adds significant credibility to a whistleblower's recent, stunning allegations that a secret, decades-long effort to recover, analyze and exploit objects of "non-human" origin has been operating illegally without congressional oversight for decades.

I share this information with you so that you are not uninformed. What we have been taught and will learn will vastly differ in the coming years. Like Newton and Einstein, we must continue exploring and asking questions. 


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