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Galaxy Rotation Negates Dark Matter --"If There's a Single Observation That We Might Have Something Essentially Wrong, This is It"

"The standard model of cosmology is remarkably successful at explaining just about everything we observe in the universe," said Arthur Kosowsky, professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Pittsburgh, was not involved but reviewed the research."But if there...
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