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[https://phys.org/news/2024-01-nube-invisible-galaxy-dark.html] - - public:mzimmerm
cosmology, dark, galaxy, matter, quantum - 5 | id:1489234 -

If it turns out that ... the particles that make up dark matter have an extremely small mass, then this galaxy's unusual properties would demonstrate the properties of quantum physics, but on a galactic scale. “If this hypothesis is confirmed, it would be one of the most beautiful demonstrations of nature, unifying the world of the smallest with that of the largest,“

[https://www.livescience.com/physics-mathematics/dark-energy/the-expansion-of-the-universe-could-be-a-mirage-new-theoretical-study-suggests] - - public:mzimmerm
physics, cosmology - 2 | id:1484812 -

In Lombriser's mathematical interpretation, the universe isn't expanding but is flat and static, as Einstein once believed. The effects we observe that point to expansion are instead explained by the evolution of the masses of particles — such as protons and electrons — over time.

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