A major reason for the dark energy (dE) effect is that it traps the heat energy emitted from the Sun.
But what does this mean for the planet?
And why is dark energy such a major cause of climate warming?
It is a topic I have written about in detail elsewhere, and I hope this article will be a useful refresher.
What is dE?
Dark energy, or dark matter, is a type of energy which has the ability to interact with the matter in the Universe and change its properties.
It is believed to be the fundamental energy of the Universe, and is produced by stars, the Milky Way and black holes.
This type of particle is the energy behind the creation of the first stars and galaxies.
This is a key part of why the Universe is expanding, why the Earth is rotating and why the Sun is rotating.
It has been called the ‘dark matter’ of the universe, because the amount of dark matter we know about is only slightly more than the mass of the Sun (about 1% of the mass).
The amount of the energy being emitted from our Sun, on the other hand, is around 1% the mass.
This means that if we add 1% more dark energy to the Universe it would cause the Universe to be 6 times more massive.
However, dark energy has been known to interact in other ways with the physical properties of the cosmos.
These interactions can lead to the formation of stars, galaxies and planets, and are therefore key to explaining the origin of the known universe.
What do we know?
Dark matter is made up of a variety of particles that interact with one another in different ways, so it is not easy to pinpoint exactly which ones make up dark energy.
The main ways in which dark energy interacts with the Universe are through the interaction of dark photons.
These are particles that are produced by the decay of some kind of particle.
For example, if you add a heavy isotope of hydrogen to a chemical reaction, then the reaction will produce heavier isotopes of hydrogen.
These heavier isotope hydrogen atoms, called H2O, will interact with electrons to form heavier isotopic hydrogen.
This heavier isotop of hydrogen can interact with other heavier isototopes of H2 to produce heavier, heavier isotoles of H. When these heavier isotoped H isotopes interact, they create more and more of the H isotope, leading to more and greater H2 isotope pairs.
The H isotopic pairs are the H2 atoms that have a certain amount of energy (called the ‘charge’), which is the same as the energy of an electron in a standard electron-photon detector.
It means that, when two different electrons interact with each other, they form the H pairs that are heavier than the electron they are interacting with.
So the energy produced by a pair of H isotopy pairs is called the H-energy.
This energy is why the H atom can interact to form a heavier atom, a heavier electron or a heavier nucleus.
The amount that a pair interacts with depends on its mass and the way it interacts with light.
For the light-based particles, dark matter is much stronger than the ordinary matter that we know.
When an electron interacts with a heavy H atom, it can emit a large amount of electrons.
These electrons can interact very much more strongly with the heavier atoms, creating heavier H atoms.
This stronger interaction between the electron and the heavier H atom allows the heavier atom to carry more energy.
This can then be used to make heavier H. For this reason, dark particles are also called ‘dark’ particles.
The more dark matter there is in the universe the more intense the interaction between them.
This results in more and stronger interactions between the heavier particles, and the resulting H is more powerful than the H atoms can make.
This interaction leads to heavier H, and even heavier dark matter.
This in turn leads to more dark particles, which in turn lead to more H. In turn, the heavier dark particles become even more powerful, and in turn, more dark H and even more H and more H can be produced.
So dark matter acts as a giant magnet for the heavier elements of the Solar System, the Sun, planets and the stars.
In fact, the H is the largest component of the total mass of all the matter and energy in the Solar Systems, and has a mass of roughly 10 billion Earth masses.
What does dark energy mean?
What we mean by dark energy comes down to the fact that dark matter has a large number of properties that make it extremely difficult to see.
For instance, it is extremely difficult for light to pass through it.
The only way light can pass through dark matter particles is if they have a very high mass.
However for light, the particles have to have very high energy to be able to pass.
In other words, light cannot pass through the H. It would take an extremely powerful light beam, such as a laser beam, to cause enough of