Modeling the dark universes

Olav Drageset


The search for dark matter has lately been extended to assume a dark segment of the universe that contains mutually interacting particles, supposed to interact with white matter only through the gravity force. This article presents a concept analysis that shows how string theory can model different segments of the cosmos in order to match measurements of dark matter and dark energy.


dark matter, dark energy, string theory, brane world, scale of observation, quantum waves.

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