Andrey Zlobin, mathematician, candidate of technical sciences
Attempts to determine the dark matter of the Universe with the help of physical instruments have so far been unsuccessful, but it has already been mathematically proven: dark matter from the smallest particles exists and it is alive. The age-old philosophical question: which came first - the chicken or the egg? What comes first - idea or matter? At the end of the twentieth century, the author of these lines first proposed a mathematical relationship that provides an answer to this question.
In 2013-2014, the result was published in the Archive of Preprints of the Los Alamos National Laboratory in the USA arXiv.org and in the prestigious journal Acta Naturae, covering the issues of life sciences and biotechnology. A beautiful and laconic mathematical formula at the same time confirmed the correctness of the early ideas of physicists - the Universe is not expanding, but multiplying. It grows like a giant living flower grows, the petals of which increase in size with distance from the center. Responsible for this growth are negligible elementary particles, which the author called Fibonacci particles (in honor of the famous mathematical problem of rabbit reproduction). A similar law expresses the increase in the number of elementary particles of dark matter, which is found when analyzing the hydrogen atom - the most common chemical element in the Universe. This is how the formula obtained by the author looks like:
The quantity j is the relative atomic mass of hydrogen, thanks to this formula it can be calculated with fantastic accuracy (at least five digits!). And the "golden ratio" Ф is inextricably linked with the Fibonacci numbers, which have numerous manifestations in living nature. As mathematicians say, what was required to be proved. From the point of view of the theory of probability, chance coincidence is excluded. There is only one chance in millions that the formula accidentally describes a hydrogen atom, including its rounded shape. The high accuracy should be especially noted. For example, in 1913, Niels Bohr theoretically derived the value of the Rydberg constant for the hydrogen atom with close accuracy. Bohr's result was highly appreciated by Albert Einstein, who called it "one of the greatest discoveries."
It follows from the formula that the hydrogen atom, thanks to the multiplication of the dark matter particles "responsible for the mass", slowly evolves. We do not notice this only because this evolution lasts for billions of years. Scattering around themselves the finest "pollen" from the Fibonacci particles, hydrogen atoms participate in the formation of the so-called halo of dark matter. At the same time, despite the visible chaos in the Universe, it can be argued that it is only apparent. And the growth of entropy, as a measure of chaos, in the Universe is strictly regular.
The question naturally arises - is it possible to fix dark matter particles with the help of modern physical devices? Alas, this is incredibly difficult, since the sizes of Fibonacci elementary particles are infinitely small even in comparison with the smallest known objects of the microworld. But there is still a way out. And it has to do with advances in quantum computers. Calculations show that the performance of quantum computers can grow much faster than the growth of Fibonacci numbers. A quantum computer is both a computing device and a physical device. Thus, simulating Fibonacci particles on such a computer, there is hope to unambiguously determine the physical parameters of the dark matter of the Universe. There is reason to believe that the mathematics of dark matter is applicable to all elements of the periodic table. For the same reason, on the outskirts of the Universe, this table should look somewhat different...
Returning to the beginning of the article, we will try to answer the main philosophical question. Trying to theoretically formulate the structure of the universe, man in one way or another seeks to describe himself. It is important to keep in mind that the hydrogen atom is the most abundant in the Universe and in the human body. The above formula allows us to assert that already at the nanometer scale (at the level of the size of an individual atom) in the human body there is a clear mathematical logic that can be interpreted as an elementary equivalent of consciousness. That is, already at the level of an individual atom, the most beautiful idea is visible - an atom exhibits the mathematical properties of a living object. Thus, in fact, a parallel is drawn between the conscious in nature and man. In this case, the question of the origin of life disappears. Life is a primary cause, not a consequence of processes in the Universe. And "inanimate" matter does not exist. In any case, this is exactly the conclusion that mathematics suggests.