“What’s that dark matter moving line going right across the middle of the screen?”
Brought to you by the same woman who worries about what’s in her water causing rainbows in her sprinklers (wouldn’t that be the dihydrogen monoxide?!?):
All I can say is that’s one of the more confused uses of scientific terminology I’ve ever seen.
Whatever method this woman has been using to convince herself, it’s not quite science. It’s what those charlatans who call themselves Dr. Greer, Deepak Chopra, or whoever-you-can-think-of uses. Throw in a bunch of terms you don’t understand the meaning of which the public probably won’t understand the meaning of, then jump to a conclusion. Like so:
First the quantum matrix of the thermodynamic field begins to buckle under the vectors from the flourescence of the krebs cycle. Thus the mitochondrial interactions between the commensalism and the quantum photons begins to create a biofeedback system upon which the delta waves of the thought patterns signals the beginning of a derivation of the vibrational frequency electro-magnetism.
Then something spiritual happens.
If you think I said anything in there that made any sort of sense at all please consider remedial science classes. I don’t mean that disparagingly, but I apologise for the education system having failed you, for you are missing out on the true answers to who we are, where we came from, where we are, and where we are going in this splendid universe.
In the meantime… the government is using dark matter streams to manipulate my weather and you managed to capture dark matter on camera before any real physicists have? Jolly good.