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Is Dark Matter Lazy? — 1 Comment

  1. Dr Frye

    Galactic dynamics remain elusive as you suggest
    and as further referenced in the work by:
    Müller, Pawlowski, Helmut, Jerjen & Lelli
    “A whirling plane of satellite galaxies around Centaurus A challenges cold dark matter cosmology”
    suggesting that prevailing cosmological paradigm does not explain
    ‘Corotating satellite systems may be common in the Universe’.

    The scientific implications are as profound as when Galileo looked upon the Jovian moons.

    Allow me to suggest a general galactic ‘small-scale structure formation’
    based on a general fluid dynamic particle coalescence principle
    having its roots in work performed by Miron Smolokowski
    over 100 years ago.

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