QED Radiations, Hong Kong
Thomas Prevenslik developed the simple theory of QED based on the Planck law of QM. Differing from the complex QED by Feynman and others, simple QED assumes any heat absorbed in nanoparticles having high surface-to-volume ratios place interior atoms under high EM confinement that by the Planck law of QM precludes the atoms from having the heat capacity to conserve heat by an increase in temperature. In the instant topic of Nanoparticles and Dark Matter, the nanoparticles of nanotechnology take the form of submicron cosmic dust that permeates the Universe. Galaxy light redshift from the recession velocity of a galaxy and absorbed by cosmic dust on the way to the Earth undergoes an additional redshift. If the redshift is not corrected for cosmic dust, galaxy velocities are significantly overstated giving the impression that dark matter exists to hold galaxy clusters together when in fact dark matter need not exist as the clusters have and always will be held together by Newtonian mechanics.
Abstract : Nanoparticles and dark matter