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bahlool, a. (2016). Dark matter. PHILICA.COM Observation number 98.

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Dark matter

ahab bahloolunconfirmed user (Ministry of Health)

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levels theory:
The existent is at many levels, at least three: our level, a smaller one, and a
bigger one.
Each electron represent a level, what is called an electron in our level is a
planet to the next smaller one, and it contain so many atoms.
Each level to a being - a mind – is the same as if the meter is the same in
each level, looking within this level.
Physics laws apply to each level according to the scale of that level to the
reference of the law, that’s means classical physics is for the level we are in,
relativity theory is for the bigger one, quantum theory is for the smaller one.

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