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The equation for critical density is as follows (in terms of mass rather than density):

Critical density (90.4 x e54 gm) = matter (4.1 x e54 gm) + dark matter (20.6 x e54 gm) + dark energy/cosmological constant (65.7 x e54 gm).

Most estimates for matter are in the range of e55 gm (or more) which is close to the total for matter and dark matter (2.64 x e55 gm).

Thus, dark matter may not exist and MOND may be a correct theory. Comments?

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# Cosmological constant supports MOND

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