## Saturday, November 20, 2021

### Appendix Dark Matter

This is an appendix to Heretics Deny The Dark Matter of Faith - 4

Table 1 Formulas, Constants, & Variables Used

Formula: g = G * (Dust Cloud mass / r2) (gravitational acceleration)

Constants:
secs_day = (60.0 * 60.0) * 24.0
secs_year = secs_day * 365.25
G = 6.67e-11 (gravitational constant)
Variables:
r = distance (between centers) of dust clouds (m)

Table 1 Legend:
"Cloud A" and "Cloud B" mean two "clouds" of matter in the vacuum of space.

"Dist (m)" means the distance, in meters, between the two clouds of matter.

"mass (kg)" means the individual mass of each cloud (equal mass).

"contact (yrs)" means the time, in years, it would take for gravity to bring them in contact with one another.

 Cloud A Cloud B Dist (m) mass (kg) contact (yrs) DC-1A DC-1B 1 1 121 DC-2A DC-2B 10 10 1,191 DC-3A DC-3B 100 100 11,881 DC-4A DC-4B 1000 1000 118,775 DC-5A DC-5B 10,000 10,000 1,187,714 DC-6A DC-6B 100,000 100,000 11,877,100 DC-7A DC-7B 1,000,000 1,000,000 118,770,950 DC-8A DC-8B 10,000,000 10,000,000 1,187,709,445

Table 2 Formulas, Constants, & Variables Used

Formula: g = G * (star's mass / r2) (gravitational acceleration)

Constants:
secs_day = (60.0 * 60.0) * 24.0
secs_year = secs_day * 365.25
G = 6.67e-11 (gravitational constant)
Sun's mass = 1.98847e+30 kg
Variables:
r = distance (between centers) of Sun & Star (m)

Table 2 Legend:

"Star" column lists the names of stars in the vacuum of space.

"Dist (L yrs)" means the distance, in light years, between the Star and the Sun.

"Dist (km)" means the distance, in kilometers, between the Star and the Sun.

"mass (kg)" means the individual mass of the Star.

"contact (yrs)" is the time, in years, it would take for gravity to bring them in contact with one another.
 Star Dist (L yrs) Dist (km) mass (kg) contact (yrs) Proxima Centauri 4.22723 3.99927e+13 2.44582e+29 170,143 Barnard's Star 5.94924 5.62842e+13 3.14178e+29 326,806 Lalande 21185 8.30799 7.85997e+13 8.01353e+29 526,027 Kapteyn's Star 12.759 1.20709e+14 5.5876e+29 1,358,802 Altair 16.7324 1.58301e+14 3.97694e+30 997,856 Vega 25.0479 2.36971e+14 6.1046e+30 1,648,239 Fomalhaut 25.1291 2.3774e+14 4.57348e+30 2,046,028 Pollux 33.7891 3.1967e+14 5.56772e+30 3,212,481 Denebola 35.8817 3.39467e+14 4.57348e+30 4,171,605 Arcturus 36.722 3.47417e+14 6.7608e+30 3,276,959 Achernar 139.461 1.3194e+15 1.27262e+31 28,102,480 Betelgeuse 498.015 4.71159e+15 3.97694e+31 126,280,436 Enif 689.641 6.52451e+15 1.98847e+31 462,300,078

Table 3 Formulas, Constants, & Variables Used

Formula: g = G * (H atoms mass / r2) (gravitational acceleration)

Constants:
secs_day = (60.0 * 60.0) * 24.0
secs_year = secs_day * 365.25
G = 6.67e-11 (gravitational constant)
Variables:
r = distance (between center) of atoms (m)

Table 3 Legend:

"Group A & Group B" columns mean hydrogen atom groups in the vacuum of space.

"Dist (m)" means the distance, in meters, between groups.

"mass per group (kg)" means the individual mass of each group.

"atoms per group" means number of hydrogen atoms in each group.

"contact (yrs)" is the time, in years, it would take gravity to bring them in contact with one another.
 Group A Group B Dist(m) mass pergroup (kg) atomsper group contact (yrs) atoms-1A atoms-1B 1e-09 1.67e-21 1e+06 71,124 atoms-2A atoms-2B 2e-09 3.34e-21 2e+06 142,245 atoms-3A atoms-3B 3e-09 5.01e-21 3e+06 213,365 atoms-4A atoms-4B 4e-09 6.68e-21 4e+06 284,486 atoms-5A atoms-5B 5e-09 8.35e-21 5e+06 355,606 atoms-6A atoms-6B 6e-09 1.002e-20 6e+06 426,726 atoms-7A atoms-7B 7e-09 1.169e-20 7e+06 497,847 atoms-8A atoms-8B 8e-09 1.336e-20 8e+06 568,967