After Dragonfly 44: Astronomers Now Find Galaxy with NO Dark Matter

In this episode, the case for proving that there is no such thing as dark matter just got a lot harder. After announcing the discovery of an ultra-diffuse galaxy made up of 99.99 percent dark matter.

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In this episode, the case for proving that there is no such thing as dark matter just got a lot harder. After announcing the discovery of an ultra-diffuse galaxy made up of 99.99 percent dark matter called Dragonfly 44, the same team of astronomers have now found another galaxy with almost NO dark matter.

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Said in 2016: “Perhaps the comparison between those galaxies with the phenomenon above of faraway stars and those in which it is not present, or it appears with less intensity could shine some light on dark matter topic. If proposal put forth by Global Astrophysics is correct, those galaxies in which the phenomenon does not occur should be smaller, contain many black holes, or fewer stars.” Let us remark that this mechanism is implicit in the concept of mass contributed by Global Physics and used both in his new atom theory in Global Mechanics and in the development of its motion theory in Global Dynamics. On the other hand, this theory also configures a method of the origin of the stars, since all of them would have been born in their initial orbits. The development is consistent with the arms of the spiral galaxies. https://molwick.com/en/astrophysics/045-dark-matter-rotation-galaxies.html#galaxias
JOSE TIBERIUS - 4th Apr, 2018