1. O. E. Wagner, Waves in Dark Matter

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Volume 12: Pages 3-10, 1999

Waves in Dark Matter

O. E. Wagner

Wagner Research Laboratory, 2645 Sykes Creek Rd., Rogue River, Oregon 97537 U.S.A.

The hypothesis that longitudinal standing waves in the darkmattervacuum medium are responsible for placing the planets suggests an equation that describes the location of the orbits of the planets and their satellites. This equation also suggests a wavevelocity equation as well as a solution to a wave equation. The equation also fits into a picture where the wave velocity is proportional to the reciprocal of the square root of the density of the medium, as with sound waves. It is postulated that the density of dark matter outside the Sun is proportional to the reciprocal of the distance from the Sun's center squared. Evidence for the hypothesis is presented, a wave equation confirms the hypothesis, and implications are discussed.

Keywords: dark matter, standing waves, solar cycle, planets, Sun, satellites, universe, solar system, inertia