Electromagnetic gravitational shielding to explain “dark matter”

[conjecture]

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There is only one of two possibilities: (i) either dark matter exists or dark matter does not exist. We consider one single conjecture, valid in both cases. If it doesn’t exist, then huge quantum electromagnetic interactions might account for the galaxy rotation curve. If it exists, then there might be a “dark charge” associated with dark matter. The dark charge would then be governed by an alternative “dark electromagnetic” theory, which can be totally independent or perhaps a generalization of the ordinary electromagnetism. This proposal is highly speculative and it needs both mathematical and experimental further investigation in order to be proved or disproved.

https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/ncfyv

Open Quantum Collaboration

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Op. J. Math. Phys.
Volume 2, Article 77, 2020 [CZ]

Mathematics beyond axioms

[microresearch]

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We consider that if there is a Non-Axiomatic System, then by introducing the axiom of mathematical proof, the undecidable theorems are not in any Axiomatic System.

https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/adrjq

Open Mathematics Collaboration

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Op. J. Math. Phys.
Volume 1, Article 46, 2019 [BT]

The axiom of selection resolves Russell’s paradox

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We show that the axiom of selection solves Russell’s paradox.

https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/pt8ax

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Op. J. Math. Phys.
Volume 1, Article 41, 2019 [BO]

Axioms of space?

[original idea]

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Here, we propose the discussion of which axioms nature really follow in the very quantum realm of spacetime.

https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/kx35m

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Op. J. Math. Phys.
Volume 1, Article 9, 2019 [AI]