Dark Matter and Dark Energy
Dark Matter  =  Fine-Particles in the magnetic field  or magnetic flux according to Oliver Crane
Dark Energy = Cosmic Supernovae Energy



Dunkle Materie dunkle Energie  Dark Matter and Dark Energy Dunkle Materie  Dark Matter




by Hans Lehner, President, ISQP / ISQR


Neuhaus, May 24, 2009/hl


In traditional physics, the nature or structure of dark matter is still a big puzzle, likely to remain unsolved until CERN/LHC manages to establish the existence of the Higgs bosons, if in fact CERN/LHC will ever be able to operate at full power, and after the crash of September 19, 2008 that is doubtful, given that to this day the 2,700 physicists at CERN still lack a comprehension of magnetism or electromagnetism or indeed gravity, its real origin and working mechanism. Nor have they understood the source of the so-called dark energy.


Oliver Crane’s new Space Quantum Physics SQP(1992) postulates that dark matter particles have been identified, as the smallest ultimate particles in space, in a magnetic field because they are capable both of carrying magnetic forces and of penetrating atomic structures, although Crane no longer speaks of a magnetic field, but of a magnetically active space quanta flux, SQFm, which as a high-velocity flow according to Daniel Bernoulli engenders the magnetic effects of “repulsion” and “attraction”. Mutually opposite flows result in a south pole to south pole and north pole to north pole repulsion. Equidirectional flows produce a negative-pressure zone between two magnets with a south pole/north pole, creating only what may be termed an “apparent attraction” since the south pole and north pole do not attract each other, but are pushed together by the pressure of a larger external medium.


Discovery made at the ISQP / ISQR:

The magnetic field, the magnetic flux envelope and the magnetic eddy current are composed of the smallest particles in the universe, the space quanta, or dark matter.



Also see: The new Image of Magnetism according to Oliver Crane (1992)


the new_image of magnetism      





The esoterics correctly refer to the traditional physicists’ dark matter as “fine-particle matter”, but even they have not yet realized that a magnetic field consists of the “smallest of all physical particles.” In over 50 years none of the academies and universities around the world have done any new research into magnetism yet all have so far ignored the discoveries made by Space Quantum Physicists.


To the Space Quantum Physicists this precept applies: dark matter = fine-particle matter = space quanta medium (according to Oliver Crane).


Dark Energy


The traditional physicist's dark energy is what the esoterics call free energy, yet to date neither party knows the source from which that energy emanates.


It is the spontaneous energy of the explosions of supernovae and hypernovae which, day after day, is pumped into space and into the dark matter, i.e. the fine-particle matter in space. Each second on average, the largest cosmic power plant supplies the entire universe with spontaneous cosmic shock waves, and that in every direction. This adds up to over 86,400 explosions per day. Day after day.

Perpetually. Over a year that is more than 31 million exploding suns or stars. Ever since millions of years ago, The Big Bang, theorized to have occurred 13 billion years ago becomes altogether irrelevant. Yet the cosmologists and astrophysicists have not so far come to realize this fact.


Since the American cosmologist Eddie Baron and his team made the discovery, published in NATURE 395 (1998), of a multitude of nearly 100,000 supernova and hypernova explosions in what today is the observable universe (approx. 1 explosion every second), the source of dark energy, or free energy, is now known, thanks to new Space Quantum Physics (see attached bibliography). These 100,000 supernova and hypernova explosions, occurring daily, constitute the largest cosmic source of energy, bigger than the effect of the Big Bang; that, however, has yet to be mentally absorbed by the cosmologists and astrophysicists because, the theoretical existence of dark matter notwithstanding, they have never calculated nor understood the effect of these explosions. All they have done so far was count the flashes of light and measure the bursts of gamma rays. The idea that this is the largest cosmic energy source bar none has never occurred to them since they have so far been unable to create in their laboratories anything that would prove the existence of dark matter as a conveyance medium (instead of virtual particles). This is because they are unaware of the true nature of magnetism and have neglected any new research into magnetism that would have been required. They are patiently waiting for CERN’s LHC to some day in the distant future prove the existence of the Higgs bosons. But what if that proof fails to materialize?






[ 2 ]      Crane, Oliver;
Lehner, Jean-Marie; Monstein, Christian:
            Zentraler Oszillator und Raum-Quanten-Medium, Rapperswil,
            Universal Experten Verlag, 1992, ISBN 3-9520261-0-7
            Grundlagen einer neuen Physik und einer neuen Kosmologie mit
            der neu entdeckten, magnetischen Raum Quanten Strömung RQSm
            Grundlagen einer neuen, nachhaltigen Supernova-Energie-Technologie.
[ 3 ]      Crane, Oliver; Lehner, Jean-Marie; Monstein, Christian:
            Central Oscillator and Space Quanta Medium, Rapperswil,                                             Universal Expert Publishers, 2000, 1. Engl. Edition, ISBN 3-9520261-2-X       
            Foundations of a new physics and a new cosmology based on the
            newly discovered magnetic space quanta flux SQFm.
            Foundations of a new clean Supernovae Energy technology.          

[ 5 ]      Baron, Eddie: Astrophysics: How big do stellar explosions get?
            Nature 395, 635/636; 663-674 (1998)
            We thought we knew how powerful supernova explosions could be. We
            also thought that supernova explosions and y-ray bursts were unrelated.
            One extraordinary supernovs is makign us re-examine these ideas.
            "A supernova occurs about once a second in the observable Universe,
            a y-ray burst about once a day".

[ 6 ]      Von der Weiden, Silvia: Zu hell für eine Supernova. Ein Gammastrahlen-
            ausbruch entpuppt sich als "Hypernova".
NZZ Neue Zürcher Zeitung,
            4.11.1998, S. 67    " Etwa jede Sekunde leuchtet im beobachtbaren
            Universum eine Supernova auf. Gammastrahlenausbrüche sind dagegen
            viel seltener, sie werden einmal pro Tag registriert ".

[ 7 ]      Bloonr, J.S.: The unusual afterglow of the y-ray burst of 26 March 1998
            asevidencefora Supernova connection.
            Nature 401, 453-456 (1999)
            Cosmic y-ray bursts  have now been firmly established as one of the
            most powerful phenomena in the Universe, releasing almost the rest-mass
            energy of a neutron star within the space of a few seconds.

[ 8 ]      Von der Weiden, Silvia: Sind kollabierende Sterne der Auslöser von
NZZ Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 6.10.1999, S. 71
            " Supernova-Explosionen und Gammastrahlenausbrüche gehören
            zu den heftigsten Ereignissen im Kosmos. Im beobachtbaren Teil des
            Universums explodiert etwa jede Sekunde ein massiver Stern.
            Im Mittel ereignet sich einmal pro Tag ein Gammastrahlenausbruch ".

[ 9 ]      Lehner, Hans: Die fünfte physikalische Grundkraft ist entdeckt! Das sind
            die kosmischen mechanischen Energie-Wellen, oder die verborgenen
            Parameter nach A. Einstein.
Die fünfte physikalische Grundkraft ist entdeckt

[ 10 ]    Zekl, Hans: Sternexplosion durch Schallwellen.
            sind eine der dramatischsten Ereignisse im All. 16.11.2005,

[ 11 ]    Lehner, Hans: Die Entdeckung der kosmischen Ur-Energie und der
            Ur-Energie-Quellen bzw. die fünfte physikalische Grundkraft, mit der
            neuen Bezeichnung "Lehneronen".
Definition für Lehneronen,
Definition für "Lehneronen"

[ 12 ]    Lehner, Hans: Wenn mehr als 86'400 Sterne pro Tag explodieren...,

[ 13 ]    Lehner, Hans: Fehler im Physik-Fundament?
29.3.2008, Fehler im Physik