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A Closer Look At Dark Matter Physics

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Posted by Aurino Souza on November 4, 2002 19:12:41 UTC


Are you familiar with Van Flandern's criticisms of modern cosmology? As a layperson I have no way to tell, but from my (possibly misinformed) perspective his ideas seem to make more sense than the traditional view. What do you think?

If I'm not mistaken, he claims dark matter doesn't exist. I was particularly happy to learn he has found the same problem with relativity I saw. Could this guy be just another crackpot? He seems quiet reasonable to me.



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