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Time to overhaul Newton's theory of gravity?


Posted on Saturday, 3 November, 2007 | Comment icon 3 comments


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"For almost 75 years, astronomers have believed that the Universe has a large amount of unseen or ‘dark’ matter, thought to make up about five-sixths of the matter in the cosmos."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by ships-cat on 3 November, 2007, 10:00
Oh GREAT. Thank you SO much Saruman. I finally manage to get past page 27 of Hawkins' "Brief History of Time", and start to get my head around Gravitron particles, and now I've got to throw it all away and start again with MOG. (hmm... new acronym.. "MOdified Gravity Invalidates Everything.... 'MOGIE'). Why do I bother trying to improve myself ? wandesr off muttering back to cave to bang some rocks together Meow Purr.
Comment icon #2 Posted by wolfieboy on 3 November, 2007, 11:30
So next week they will uncover that MOG is just a modified form of nothing, recognizing that motion is not really motion, but rather a lack of synchronized phase displacements.
Comment icon #3 Posted by wolfieboy on 3 November, 2007, 11:33
So next week they will uncover that MOG is just a modified form of nothing, recognizing that motion is not really motion, but rather a lack of synchronized phase displacements. So next week they will uncover that MOG is just a modified form of nothing, recognizing that motion is not really motion, but rather a lack of synchronized phase displacements. so why does this keep happening


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