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Posted by Bud Bock on July 1, 2003 19:31:09 UTC

"Its nature remains a mystery"

That's for certain, and all anyone ever has to say about their "proofs" is they've been "DEDUCED."

Sounds like our theories are in need of a good old revolution. I certainly don't have anything to offer, but maybe someone alive today does.

I'm not saying our models will all disappear. But there is a fine detail we're missing somewhere. Either something about our Newtonian-turned-Einsteinian-turned-Feynmanian models is creating an extremely tilted mass-to-energy ratio requirement, or we just can't find 85% of the universe. My guess is the former possibility will turn out to be right, and the latter is one of those growing ego pains we get every time we feel like we're wrapping things up. "Hold on, gang! We're almost there!"


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