This paper discusses the connection between dark matter and gravity-superconductor interactions through a hierarchy of density dependent scalar fields from the far Universe field down to the laboratory scale. A hierarchy of scalar fields in the universe suggests a relationship with properties varying with background conditions or a hierarchy from the far background field to the local background field. Such a theory, called the Chameleon theory (presented in 2004 by Khoury and Weltman), is a dark matter model that is fundamentally dependent on the background density and involves mass coupling to the background field. In this paper, a new hierarchy interpretation of the gravitational constant G.. is produced by combining the Chameleon Theory with newly observed astronomical data, where G.. is given in terms of the dark matter particle mass and the hierarchy of the background fields-represented by a hierarchy of coupling constants. Whereby, the data seen by gyroscopes in the Tajmar et al. rotating superconductor experiments can be attributed to dark matter – like the formation of dark matter rings outside the confines of a galaxy. This relationship provides a starting point for using new galactic structures as guidance for defining new gravity-superconductor phenomena in experiments on the laboratory scale.
Keywords: Gravitational forces, theories of gravitation, superconductors, type-II superconductors, general relativity, quantum gravity, vacuum energy density, gravity-like fields, dark matter, dark matter rings, fields hierarchy, chameleon theory, cosmological scalar fields, gravitational constant G.