Computer simulations is used quite often in outer space in order to help astrophysicists and physicists alike to come up with some sort of explanation on what they cannot see nor can they test it. Dark matter or invisible matter as I like to call it, has been one of the more puzzling hypothetical theories for scientists in the cosmos. Currently, the most evidence they have for it’s existence is measurements which they deem has had an effect on visible objects in terms of gravity.
Other than that, no scientist has ever detected dark matter or seen it, and so on. So this is where computer research comes in. A supercomputer program was produced to make a simulation of locating dark mater, and low and behold. They claimed to have spotted one of the most allusive objects to detect in the Universe.
“They (computers)explain how it could allow physicists to directly detect and identify the nature of dark matter for the first time.
Unlike the familiar ‘normal’ matter that makes up stars, gas and dust, ‘dark’ matter is invisible but its presence can be inferred through its gravitational influence on its surroundings. Physicists believe that it makes up 22% of the mass of the Universe (compared with the 4% of normal matter and 74% comprising the mysterious ‘dark energy’). But, despite its pervasive influence, no-one is sure what dark matter” Science Daily.
Similar to that of “dark matter” scientists turn to computers to learn what happen in a time frame of what they believe was 9 billion years ago to the sun.
“Using more than 100,000 hours of computer time on a UW computer cluster and a supercomputer at the University of Texas, the scientists ran simulations of the formation and evolution of a galaxy disk from material that had swirled together 4 billion years after the big bang.”
“The simulations begin with conditions about 9 billion years ago, after material for the disk of our galaxy had largely come together but the actual disk formation had not yet started. The scientists set basic parameters to mimic the development of the Milky Way to that point, but then let the simulated galaxy evolve on its own” Science Daily.
If computers could actually simulate real life conditions as it’s claimed to have done, both in the present with dark matter and allegedly billions of years in the past with the sun, it would be easy to predict where tropical storms would become hurricanes and predict it’s path in a week in advance if not more. Computer research is not a science for real life observations in outer space. It’s very limited in scope, too many variables.
What supercomputer would have predicted what Cassini found with Saturn’s rings and moons? And those objects are observable unlike the simulations of dark matter and the birth of the sun. This is typical research fraud in evolutionary science.