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Dark matter upper limit is calculated

PostPosted: Thu Dec 25, 2014 8:10 pm
by muon200
Hey you astronomers are now notified that the dark matter component of the universe is included in a recent calculation under the Folmsbee-Christian Gravity Theory.

There are 10^88.5 hadron equivalents in the universe. That assumes a 14 billion light year radius.

If you care about dark matter, you need to know your limits. See the foundations sub forum yesterday.

Alan Folmsbee, Master of Science