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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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Jul3-14 06:29 PM
marcus
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Hellfire requested that I post a list of classic papers that one could use for reference when trying to understand the...
Nov28-12 01:12 AM
stargazer3
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Could quantum mechanics be related to dark matter? As in new 'stuff" is being made therefore pushing the time space in...
Aug10-10 06:36 PM
Nabeshin
2 1,193
If dark matter really does exist everywhere, and is constantly passing through our bodies, why doesnt this extremely...
Jun27-11 09:28 AM
Janus
2 2,005
I'm not trying to advance a pet theory here .. it's really just a question. Why don't physicists serious consider...
Mar25-05 04:29 PM
misskitty
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I apologize in advance if this is the wrong forum for this thread... My overall question is: What specifics,...
Dec20-05 03:23 AM
Lisa!
1 1,047
How strong is the influence of dark matter typically at the periphery (50.000 LY away from the center) for example in...
Jul10-12 01:30 PM
mfb
1 1,335
Any reason why cold dark matter isn't just ice? All the chemical reactions going on out there since the creation of...
Oct30-11 12:04 PM
DaveC426913
9 5,304
Hello All, Here is an article we have just published on a very interesting development concerning dark matter:...
Oct11-05 03:53 PM
Lapin Dormant
43 3,879
Are there any different testable predictions of the DM (WIMPs) having different spin: 1/2 or 1? For example, if DM...
Jan13-10 10:01 AM
Dmitry67
8 2,030
Average density of universe is 9.3 x 10^-27 Kg-mass/M3. Volume of Cubic-Light-Year is 2.7 x 10^25 M3. Result is .25...
Feb4-11 06:52 AM
chronon
11 2,128
If Dark Matter and Dark Energy are so abundant wasn't to be expected that they should be found on Earth? We can...
Jul10-10 12:06 PM
nicksauce
5 1,257
Twenty first century dark matter reminds me of ninetieth century luminiferous aether. Without dark matter, current...
Jan9-11 03:05 PM
Nabeshin
9 2,123
When I was doing science fair projects in astrophysics, sometimes I felt like asking my mentor random astronomy...
Jan19-09 05:01 PM
Count Iblis
23 3,446
Hi everyone, I have just read an article about the discovery of a ring of a dark matter. In fact I do not...
Jun15-07 12:44 PM
mgb_phys
4 1,237
i don't understand how dark matter acts upon the rotation of a galaxy. galaxy rotation doesn't work the same way that...
Mar19-04 06:38 PM
Nereid
4 2,379
I recently had some thoughts about the big "space" between electrons and the nuclei and how weird it would be if that...
May28-08 08:17 AM
malawi_glenn
22 3,341
When it comes to dark matter; Has the mass of the super-massive black holes residing at the core of every galaxy been...
Nov30-11 10:20 AM
phinds
47 8,803
So I'm running a superhero game on another forum and I am trying to keep comic book physics to a minimum. Problem...
Nov10-07 11:07 PM
Parlyne
4 1,404
Does space plasma explain dark matter? I have read about how Voyager 1 showed that there was different density in...
Oct16-13 04:15 AM
Drakkith
4 2,209
At this point, i am not yet convinced that enough data is in on the subject of dark matter/dark energy to support...
Feb19-08 03:16 PM
EL
17 3,832
Hello I have a question (well its 2 questions)... I'm not hugely knowledged on the subject so i tend to question...
May21-14 04:19 AM
julcab12
14 1,048
Just an idea: Suppose dark matter has a repulsive force towards matter and dark matter which follows a yukawa...
Nov10-10 05:43 PM
Redbelly98
4 1,379
Knotty Jets, the Tell Tales for Early Dark Matter and Spiral Galaxy formation. It is proposed that the new...
Oct19-03 05:02 PM
Leo
7 2,734
http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0602187 Authors: Edward A. Baltz, Marco Battaglia, Michael E. Peskin, Tommer Wizansky...
Feb23-06 10:55 AM
wolram
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For anyone interested in a recent, state of the union address on dark matter: http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0508279...
Aug19-05 08:19 PM
turbo
3 932
Hello, all! I am no physicist, so please bear with me. I just read an article that stated that dark matter comprises...
Oct13-13 06:18 AM
Jon B
12 2,228
Ok so I might sound a bit ignorant, but please bare with me. I have 2 questions 1st I've always wondered how they...
Aug24-13 08:16 PM
phinds
10 2,415
Another log for the controversy campfire http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0405282
Dec16-04 07:50 AM
yanniru
1 1,128
Joe Silk, who is world class, is one of the co-authors of this preprint http://arxiv.org/astro-ph/0309686 "MeV...
Oct28-03 04:19 PM
Nereid
14 1,635
I hope this is in the right section of the forum. I figured astrophysics and cosmology could also be acceptable places...
Dec21-10 02:08 AM
universe11
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http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0607621 An interesting look at the equiptment in use to detect DM.
Aug1-06 12:18 AM
SpaceTiger
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as exciting as it is, it will never get the press tiger woods is getting.. ...
Dec19-09 04:22 PM
cristo
1 1,444
I went to a cosmology seminar recently. It was mostly for fun, but if you complete a take home exam you get a tiny...
Nov12-03 03:18 PM
Math Is Hard
8 1,749
For my research on astrophysics for the summer, a professor gave me this assignment but I don't know where to start....
Jun14-14 10:48 AM
EdgePenguin
5 1,215
What are the odds that there is a different event horizon for dark matter?
Dec1-13 10:09 PM
Drakkith
1 838
I have a puzzle about so-called dark matter. If it is supposed to supply the additional gravity necessary to explain...
May15-11 02:53 PM
albroun
7 1,984
I've recently come across some doubters as to the existence of dark matter. If you find yourself among that group,...
Aug28-08 06:31 PM
neutralseer
4 2,006
I'm by no means a astrophysicists but I love reading, talking and studying all I can on the subject. I have a question...
May20-14 06:12 AM
ZapperZ
20 1,202
http://arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/0506108 Unification of dark matter and dark energy via quantum wave function collapse...
Jun24-05 02:02 PM
ohwilleke
2 1,341
Can and do they exist primarily separate from ordinary matter, and how might they be detected (e. g., gravitational...
Mar11-05 08:20 PM
Chronos
8 1,667
I'm becoming more and more convinced that light isn't the only particle that can interfere with itself, and that the...
May11-12 01:14 PM
FesterCluck
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