Hidden mass and dark matter

Alexey Stanislavovich Belyaev


It is shown that the substance which is impossible to record in any spectra of electromagnetic radiation, which manifests itself in space only through gravity, cannot be considered a new, previously unknown type of matter – "black matter". The fundamental, unsolvable problems with this approach are demonstrated. The unrecorded substance is a common baryonic substance that makes up the "hidden mass". It has been hypothesized that the bulk of the hidden mass consists of asteroids composed of solid hydrogen. Their formation took place as a result of explosions of the first generation stars during the gravitational compression of hydrogen clouds in the warm-hot phase, accompanied by self-cooling due to losses associated with electromagnetic radiation. The paper shows at what ratios of physical parameters a similar process is triggered and its physical essence is explained. The possibility of yet another previously unknown direction of spontaneous gravitational compression is shown: compression with self-heating of small mass clouds, resulting in the formation of structures with a degenerate electron gas, including unstable ones. A separate chapter of this work is devoted to a discussion of the problems of the hot Universe model, on which the Big Bang model and the ΛCDM model are based.


Hidden mass; Dark matter; Gravitation; Hot Universe model; Population III stars

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