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Posted by Nicholas on November 18, 2002 17:34:41 UTC

"Do you think that the closed galaxy idea if given attention by someone who had the mathematical ability and understanding of the current data would be able to construct a model which fits the data better then the commonly accepted theories?
(1 to 10). 1=impossible 10=yes for sure"

2, because I don't think anything is impossible. I find it extremely unlikely, however, that the brightest minds in physics would have overlooked something so basic. The current model works very well, for the most part. If there were to be a revolution, it would probably be an extension of current models, not a complete overhaul. I can think of no time in modern science where such an overhaul was necessary.

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