Thursday, October 27, 2016

"Dark energy" still doesn't exist

Professor Subir Sarkar of Oxford has long been a skeptic of "dark energy". The idea of an accelerating universe was first proposed in 1998 by two competing groups of physicists, both based in Berkeley and both using the same data on Type Ia supernovae. In a new study of 740 supernovae, 10 times the original dataset, Professor Sarkar concludes that the data is consistent with a non-accelerating universe.

Marginal evidence for cosmic acceleration from Type Ia supernovae

For years physicists have spent careers and their credibility professing that the universe is filled with a repulsive "dark energy". If DE really dominated the universe, objects would not fall toward Earth!

Data indicating an "accelerating universe" really shows a slowing speed of light. A simple equation GM=tc^3 predicts the data precisely.

4 Comments:

Blogger Daniel Fischer said...

Sigh ... see https://arxiv.org/abs/1610.08972 or https://theconversation.com/relax-the-expansion-of-the-universe-is-still-accelerating-67691 or https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/have-astronomers-decided-dark-energy-doesn-t-exist/ or https://davidarnoldrubin.com/2016/10/24/marginal-marginal-evidence-for-cosmic-acceleration-from-type-ia-supernovae/ or ...

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Blogger L. Riofrio said...

Have seen the Scientific American blog post, will comment on it soon.

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