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Posted by Nicholas on November 10, 2002 01:12:46 UTC

....and the corresponding paper. It is indeed very interesting, I have no argument with that. I don't see how they could rule out dark matter, seeing as how it could have any distribution within our solar system. They have ruled out the Pseudo-Newtonian potentials used to describe galaxy velocity curves, which shouldn't be much suprise. My guess is that it's simply something unaccounted for -- I doubt that it's a gravitation problem. But who knows....

Oh, Ray, you can't read a result and then claim your theory predicts it. You have to make the prediction BEFORE the result. Either that or you need to show that the mathematics fit your theory. I promise I will give your theory some respect if you can do this.

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