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ISSN: 2638-6062

Peer Reviewed Journal of Forensic & Genetic Sciences

Opinion(ISSN: 2638-6062)

Could Microzymas be the Elusive Dark Matter? Could Microzymas be the Force Behind Dark Energy? Volume 1 - Issue 5

Seun Ayoade*

  • Department of Physiology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Received: August 05, 2018;   Published: August 10, 2018

*Corresponding author: Seun Ayoade, BSc (Hons) Physiology, University of Ibadan P.O. Box 22325, Oyo State, Nigeria

DOI: 10.32474/PRJFGS.2018.01.000125


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“Microzyma are never formed or born and never decay or die. They only associate and dissociate, coordinate and de-coordinate, come together and pull asunder. They are immortal as far as we know” -SEUN AYOADE

“Enlightenment leads to benightedness, science entails nescience”-attributed to PHILLIPE BOURDEAU.

If I were asked to describe/define microzyma (cellular dust) I would say:

a) They are living things that do not fit into any category other living things are divided into.

b) They never exceed 500 nanometre in size

c) They are never created or destroyed.

d) They associate and dissociate, coordinate and uncoordinate.

e) They produce chemicals via reactions they carry out.

f) They are found in all living things and even in non-living things.

By this same reasoning anything with all or certain of the above characteristics could predate the microzymas. If not, according to The Microzymian Theory of Origin (MTO)/Cellular Dust Hypothesis (CDH) such a thing, living or non-living would have to have been created by the microzyma at some point in time. [1]

Do photons have these characteristics? No, they don’t. Can photons of light be destroyed? Yes. What of electrons, quarks and strings. Yes. Their destructibility shows that, theoretically the microzyma could have made the universe. [2]

According to the lambda -CDM model our universe is 4.9% ordinary matter/normal matter, 26.8% dark matter and 68.3% dark energy. The four elementary particles of normal matter are fermions, quarks, leptons and bosons. Quasi particles include phonons, excitons, plasmons, polantons, polarons and magnons. Composite particles include hadrons, baryons, mesons etcetera. All are destructible and so are not microzymas but could have been made by microzymas in ages past. As to Dark matter, scientists are not certain what particles they are made of. I suggest dark matter is composed of microzymas, either by themselves or in association with some as yet undiscovered entity. Microzymian activities/ reactions could thus explain the equally mysterious dark energy. Light is composed of photons. If microzyma created the universe, it means microzyma created light. Could this explain why the ‘speed of darkness’ is sometimes faster than the speed of light? [3]

Before the theory of relativity became popular most scientists propagated ether theories which proposed/stated that a medium called the ether acted as a field or as a space filling substance and a transmitting medium for the forces of nature. How do these long forgotten ether theories tie in with dark energy, dark matter and the microzymas? This is food for thought. How does Isaac Newton’s luminferous ether [4] tie in with the wave particle duality of light and the germ terrain duality theory? How do the microzyma relate to De Broglie’s “hidden medium”? and how do the microzyma tie in with what the Romanian physicist Ioan Lovitz Popescu said viz “the ether is a form of existence of the matter, but it differs qualitatively from the common (atomic or molecular) substance or radiation (photons). [5] It appears there are more questions than answers! Or maybe there is just one answer to all the questions-the microzyma!


  1. Seun A (2018) A New Origin of Life and the Universe Proposed- Microzymian! Peer Re J Foren & Gen Sci 1(5).
  2. What are the creation and destruction mechanisms for magnons? WWU Munster.
  3. Jolene Creighton (2014) How is the speed of darkness faster than the speed of light? August 3.
  4. Isaac Newton (1704) Opticks: or, A Treatise of the Reflexions, Refractions, Inflexions and Colours of Light.
  5. Duursma Egbert (1982) Etherons as predicted by Ioan-Iovitz Popescu in 1982. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.