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    MOND and Observer Physics: Spiral Galaxies
    Posted on Thursday, November 13, 2003 @ 22:27:26 GMT by vlad

    Science Douglass A. White writes: Hi Vlad,
    Here's an update of the MONDop article with a good sample of rotation curves and reference to an atlas with hundreds of them. This is really a "Zero Point" technology, because the center of a galaxy functions as a zero point. And you better bet it moves a lot of kinetic energy!! It may not seem very practical at the moment as an energy source, but you just wait a few years. But notice how all that energy just floats effortlessly and weightlessly in space!! ... [the article] digs into the theory of gravity and comes up with some surprising finds. It should be of interest to a lot of people because it gives a clear theoretical understanding of how antigravity works. The finale of the paper is a solution to the MOND/Dark Matter issue that has been plaguing astronomers, astrophysicists and cosmologists for some time.]

    I sent the notes to Stacy McGaugh, host of The MOND Pages, a cool site full of info on that issue. She's an astro prof at U of Maryland. Here is her reply. She sounds harried, and, just as I predicted, too busy working on the problem to take a serious look at the answer.

    "I have yet to absorb your ideas on the topic. There is always so much to do, it leaves little time for rational thought. And we have to go so far back to basics with this, that I'm sure it will take many years (and many ideas) before anything has a chance of becoming clear... keep thinking!"

    The trouble with my solution is that it is too simple. For the past many decades too many top level people have invested too much time, money, and effort into chasing the wild goose and trying to put new clothes on the emperor. So they will be loath to embrace a solution that makes them look stupid, even though it sits there and stares them in the face day after day right in front of their noses. I symphathize, because it took me a long time to see it myself. But once you see it, it's so obvious you are reduced to DUH! How could I miss it!!

    I'm sorry I can not buy into McGaugh's hypothesis that "it will take many years and many ideas before anything has a chance of becoming clear." That's either a very self-defeating belief or the polite brush- off. Ah well. We plow onwards.
    Vale,
    Douglass

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