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Is there definitive evidence for an expanding universe?
Some big bang cosmologists end up with the conclusion they want to find simply by turning the evolution knob.
by John Hartnett
Has ‘dark matter’ really been proven?
Caution urged about so-called empirical proof from the Bullet-cluster observations. Indeed, ‘dark matter’ is really a fancy name for a fudge factor, and proper physics eliminates the need for it.
by John Hartnett
Has the ‘smoking gun’ of the ‘big bang’ been found?
Media headlines make people think that some astounding scientific ‘proof’ has been discovered. The reality is far less spectacular.
by John G Hartnett
The ‘big bang’ and other dark matters
How should creationists respond to claims that dark matter has been found?
by John Hartnett
Why is Dark Matter everywhere in the cosmos?
Despite no verifiable evidence in support of dark matter, its existence is being presented to the public as established fact.
by John Hartnett
Is ‘dark matter’ the ‘unknown god’?
Dark matter is a fudge factor with no experimental support, and new physics explains the observations better
by John Hartnett
Has the dark matter mystery been solved?
A mathematical solution challenges the need for scientists to invoke dark matter to solve problems in astrophysics and cosmology.
by John G Hartnett
Dark Matter and the Standard Model of particle physics—a search in the ‘Dark’
The Standard Model of particle physics is on a collision course with the Big Bang model.
by John Hartnett
MOND over dark matter?
Suggestions for a Modified Newtonian Dynamics (MOND) may mean that a fundamentally new physics is needed.
by Bill Worraker
Cosmic storytelling
When it comes to explaining how our universe came into being, widespread speculation is embraced over hard evidence.
by John Hartnett
Why look for a new theory of gravity if the big bang cosmology is correct?
Scientists are searching for answers to questions which in theory they shouldn’t even have to ask, especially in regards to gravity.
by John G. Hartnett
Dark matter in trouble again
Does a new analysis undermine ‘exotic neutrinos’ as dark matter or not?
by John Hartnett