Sunday, November 25, 2012

No ‘dark matter’ needed…

One of the most important outstanding problems in astrophysics today concerns the “dark matter problem.” For about forty years now, it has been assumed that the observed dynamical behavior of spiral galaxy disks cannot be explained by canonical Newtonian physics without invoking ‘dark matter’ particles, which make up the majority of a spiral galaxy’s mass, yet are mysteriously invisible. This proves to have been a mistake; a definitive answer to the problem may be found here: < >

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