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Who does the ordinary man contact?

  1. Apr 11, 2016 #1
    hi unlike probably every one else on this forum, I am neither a scientist, a student, nor a teacher. What I am is very interested in theoretical physics.
    Any way what I would like to know or would like help with is where or who I could approach with a theory on dark matter/ energy which questions if there ever was a Big Bang and solves why everything within galaxies has gravity and the galaxies themself do not or cannot move around one another. I just really want someone to say either I'm wrong and why? Or I am right and it is so simple it's ridiculous. Thanks in advance
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  3. Apr 11, 2016 #2


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    Galaxies can and do move around one another.

    That's not what we do here on PF. If you would like to discuss which mainstream cosmological theories there are, you are free to do so. However, if you're trying to talk about a personal theory or idea then you've come to the wrong forum. You can contact myself or another mentor if you are unsure if you're questions involve mainstream science or not.

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    I suggest you read this insight: https://www.physicsforums.com/insights/wont-look-new-theory/
    The chances you have figured out something revolutionary are miniscule. In particular if you are not aware of the state of the art.

    There was a comparison in the discussion thread which was quite spot on. If you call a professional football club and ask for a tryout, what do you think their response would be?

    Since there is an Insight on the subject and it has been asked over and over on this forum, this thread is closed.
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