Dark matter and extra dimensions?

Extra dimensions could help explain the abundance of dark matter. The Standard Model of particle physics predicts that there should be much less dark matter than we actually observe. However, if dark matter particles live in extra dimensions, they could be much more abundant than expected. Extra dimensions could help explain the large-scale structure of the universe. The universe’s large-scale structure, such as the distribution of galaxies, is thought to be influenced by dark matter. If dark matter particles live in extra dimensions, they could help explain the universe’s observed structure. However, there are also some challenges to the idea…

Alice Bertha Clayden

Alice was the first woman to hold a senior rank in the police force, and paved the way for other women to join the detective branch. Alice was born in 1885 in Grantham, Lincolnshire, the daughter of a police inspector. Alice first worked as a teacher and a social worker. She joined the Women’s Police Service (WPS), a civilian organization that assisted the police, in 1915. In 1919, the Metropolitan Police began to recruit women as police officers, and Alice was one of the first women to join the force. She was assigned to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), and…

The 7th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment)

The 7th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) was a Territorial Army battalion of the British Army that saw service in both World War I and World War II. The battalion was raised in Fife in 1908 and was initially assigned to the 2nd Highland Brigade, Highland Division. In 1914, the battalion was mobilized for war and deployed to France as part of the British Expeditionary Force. The 7th Black Watch saw action in some of the major battles of the First World War, including the Battle of Loos, the Battle of the Somme, and the Battle of Passchendaele. The…

Aliens on Earth

The probability of aliens resembling humans from another planet being undetected on Earth would depend on several factors, including the technology and capabilities of the aliens, their intentions, and the methods used to detect them. If the aliens had advanced technology and intentionally tried to remain undetected, they could avoid detection using stealth or camouflage techniques beyond our current detection ability. Additionally, if the aliens were only observing us from a distance or only intermittently visiting Earth, their presence may go unnoticed by humans. On the other hand, if the aliens were actively trying to interact with humans or establish…

The UK Police Gangs Unit

The UK Police Gangs Unit. The Gangs Unit was a specialist unit that focused on particular aspects of gang crime in the 1970s, known as. The Gangs Unit was established by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) in 1975. It was a small unit, with only a handful of officers, and it was focused on disrupting and dismantling gangs. The Gangs Unit was disbanded in 1983. The disbandment of the Gangs Unit reflected the fact that gang crime was not as big a problem in the UK in the 1970s and early 1980s as it is today. In the 1970s, gangs…

Gangs of London 1979

Gangs In 1979, several gangs were active in London, representing various ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Notable gangs included: 1. The Richardson Gang: Although its influence declined in the late 1960s, it was still active in the late 1970s. They were a predominantly white British gang involved in organized crime, extortion, and violence. 2. The Kray Twins: Ronnie and Reggie Kray were infamous twin brothers who led a gang called “The Firm.” They were known for their involvement in organized crime, including protection rackets, armed robberies, and gangland murders. The Krays were of English and Irish descent. 3. Yardie Gangs: Yardie…