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Posted by Bruce on June 1, 2001 01:52:12 UTC

I didn't like anything about their idea, especially the continuous mass regeneration. Their saying an objects invariant mass would change as it moves through the grav field. Higg's mechanism of symmetry breaking would be happening continuously. They make a 'weak' (just say so) argument about 'dark matter' being an arbitrary solution for missing mass with respect to galaxies and then turn around and slip in this continuous symmetry breaking with respect to Higg's mechanism. I threw it out there because it is a different idea. The anomolous acceleration of the satellites is definitely an issue. Stay tuned.

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