Skip to comments.What if Dark Matter Doesn’t Exist? Unique Prediction of “Modified Gravity” Challenges Dark Matter Hypothesis
Posted on 12/17/2020 8:40:20 AM PST by Red Badger
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The science is settled. Do not question the science. Do not doubt the science. Do not challenge science.
#bm will NOT be happy to hear this.
“It hurts to think we could be so wrong.”
Be wrong again and I’ll hit you with the yardstick on the other side of your head.
In other news the universe is not symmetrical. For one there should be as much anti-matter as there is matter, according to the oh so wonderful theories. These people seek perfect mathematical models which leads them down wrong paths. The universe is not reducible to a “beautiful mathematical model”.
If anyone is interested they can get their feet wet on the subject by looking at some youtube videos by Sabine Hossenfelder on the subject.
Sorry, it is not the scientific consensus and must be disallowed. Dark matter skeptics must not be published in the future. Their employment status should come under review. That’s the way science works.
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Fauci says neighboring galaxies need to shut down as COVID is spreading rapidly through the universe. Cases are surging everywhere.
What if every Schroedinger cat in the universe is constantly dying or not, and the probabilities are taking up more of the spacetime with each collapse, thus causing all the galaxies to appear to be moving away from Earth. Other galaxies don’t want to deal with dead cats, nor have to feed them - not to mention the litter box, and them constantly knocking things off shelves. There, I said it.
Well, at least string theory now has a companion under the bus.
OK. But, this is a little hard to take in, "Located in Cleveland, we offer a unique combination of forward-thinking educational opportunities in an inspiring cultural setting."
I totally agree.
If you question the Science you will be black balled for life and never be allowed to write anything in a Science Journal.
Actually, there was, although not exactly 50/50. About a millisecond after the big bang, the majority of matter & antimatter mutually annihilated. The universe we know is the less than 1% of matter that remained.
The science is never settled. But for the ignorant and so called credentialed “scientists” it is because it is political and personal. Not scientific.
Scientific theories start out with the fundamental law that matter/energy etc. is nether created nor destroyed.
In the simplest sense scientists create an equation in which the variables on the left of the equals sign must be exactly equal to the result on the right.
If it doesn’t, then a term is added to “balance” the equation. That new term may be completely unknown and understood. And then the goal is to try to find out what that term is.
This is how actual science advances. It takes a while to get people to even look at other ideas when they conflict with what they 'know' to be true.
A great example of this is Galileo. He was forced to recant from his proposal that the planets revolve around the sun. Of course, part of that was his own fault because he really was a bit of an ass. You don't call other folks out explicitly as morons and expect them to listen to your ideas politely.
Personally, I've long thought the entire concept of 'dark matter' and 'dark energy' were handwaving to explain things scientists didn't yet understand.
“Liberals claim to want to give a hearing to other views, but then are shocked and offended to discover that there are other views.” ― William F. Buckley
Dark energy and dark matter are just fudge factors for stuff physicist can’t currently explain.
A bit like phlogiston.
Isn’t this a kind of re-imagining of Einstein’s aether theory?
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