Friday, September 9, 2016


A data analysis preliminarily validates the new hypothesis that the ratio of dark matter and dark energy to gimmel and TRUE units (Triadic Rotational Units of Equivalence) is ‘contained’ in the atom: Dark matter correlates with gimmel in the atomic nucleus and dark energy with gimmel in electrons.

Vernon M Neppe MD, PhD and Edward R Close PhD, PE [1][2][3]
Citation: Neppe VM, Close ER: A data analysis preliminarily validates the new hypothesis that the atom 'contains' dark matter and dark energy: Dark matter correlates with gimmel in the atomic nucleus and dark energy with gimmel in electrons. IQ Nexus Journal 7: 3; 80-100, 2016.
Neppe and Close have previously demonstrated that the proportion of combined volumetric dark matter plus dark energy in the cosmos correlates almost exactly with the proportions of gimmel to TRUE units in the corresponding most abundant elements in the cosmos (0.0008 difference in score). Gimmel is the so-called third substance besides mass and energy, and it is mass-less and energy-less and without it, mathematically, all atoms would necessarily be unstable, and gimmel is calculated using a new method of quantitating atoms, Triadic Rotational Units of Equivalence (TRUE). This study is now extended to the atom by mathematically comparing the ratios of volumetric dark matter to dark energy with the ratios of gimmel in protons and neutrons (nucleons) compared with gimmel in electrons. Despite data showing that certain factors can be up to 3% different in dark matter and dark energy alone, our derivation shows that the two results are within 2.27% of each other. This correlative result may possibly imply that dark matter and dark energy exist in every atom. Specifically, the results support the hypothesis that the far more loosely bound electron may involve dark energy, yet dark matter may involve the tightly bound strong forces of the nucleon. The implications of these findings are huge. We postulate that ‘dark matter’ and ‘dark energy’ would not fit into the Standard Model of Physics of 3 dimensions of space in a moment in time. Instead, these ‘dark ’components would fit into our 9 dimensional spin model (9D), Moreover, as gimmel is conceptualized across 9D in the finite, and if gimmel is in union with these ‘dark’ substances, then these two should also be applied in the 9D spin context. Dark matter and dark energy are ‘contained’ in the atom but only relative to the 9-dimensional explanatory model: 9D has previously been demonstrated by Close and Neppe. We need not look to bizarre locations in the cosmos, possibly just to the atom. And we might have located the missing 95.1% of dark substance.
Key words: 9 dimensions, Atom, Close, Cosmology, Cosmos, Cube, Daled, Dark energy, Dark matter, Electron, Gimmel, Mathematics, Neppe, Neutron, Nucleon, Proton, Ratios, Third substance, TDVP, TRUE units, Unit, Volume

[1] Vernon M. Neppe MD, PhD, Fellow Royal Society (SAf), DPCP (ECAO) and Edward R. Close PhD, PE. DCF (ECAO): Pacific Neuropsychiatric Institute, Seattle ( (Neppe: Director; Close: Research Associate); and Exceptional Creative Achievement Organization (Neppe: Distinguished Creative Professor; Close, Distinguished Creative Fellow).
[2] © ECAO. 2016.
[3] We gratefully acknowledge the Exceptional Creative Achievement Organization (, who hold copyright, for permission to
publish this article.


  1. Essential to our being, at all, and continued survival, no less, ad infinitum!

  2. Thats too much of physics for the day. Although the facts are really interesting, but I find physics really boring. It was my least favorite subject in school.

    1. Contrary to what many think, physics is the simplest science. Only 4 real parameters: mass, energy, space and timne. But it is the door to a deeper understanding because of the paradoxes it presents when pushed to the limits of quantum mechanics and relativity.