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## Main Question or Discussion Point

There are not found the WIMPs until now. Ma be the effect of Dark Matter is because of a defect in topology otherwise than time dilation in General Relativity.

The lattice gauge theory formulated on a grid or lattice of points in space and time is successfully used in the quantum chromodynamics. The problem is, I think, that such a space is not continuous and smooth as in GR but just a set of information creating the mathematical topology. Currently there is no formulation of lattice QCD that allows us to simulate real-time dynamics of quark-gluon system such as quark-gluon plasma.

The idea of this lattice space is that the density of the vacuum depends on the matter distribution and distance from the center of the mass. The vacuum is created of the virtual mathematical particles-antiparticles which are the quantum events in the spacetime. The particle doesn't move but jumps from one quantum event to the another. On galactic scale the jumps are longer with a distance from the center. Therefore the relative rotation of the stars are faster in such a less dense vacuum.

What do you think abou such a lattice space ?

I did collect some links on my blog – vacuum.bloog.pl

czes

The lattice gauge theory formulated on a grid or lattice of points in space and time is successfully used in the quantum chromodynamics. The problem is, I think, that such a space is not continuous and smooth as in GR but just a set of information creating the mathematical topology. Currently there is no formulation of lattice QCD that allows us to simulate real-time dynamics of quark-gluon system such as quark-gluon plasma.

The idea of this lattice space is that the density of the vacuum depends on the matter distribution and distance from the center of the mass. The vacuum is created of the virtual mathematical particles-antiparticles which are the quantum events in the spacetime. The particle doesn't move but jumps from one quantum event to the another. On galactic scale the jumps are longer with a distance from the center. Therefore the relative rotation of the stars are faster in such a less dense vacuum.

What do you think abou such a lattice space ?

I did collect some links on my blog – vacuum.bloog.pl

czes