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Scalar–tensor–vector gravity theory
A covariant scalar–tensor–vector gravity theory is developed which allows the gravitational constant G, a vector field coupling ω and the vector field mass μ to vary with space and time. TheExpand
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Black holes in modified gravity (MOG)
The field equations for scalar–tensor–vector gravity (STVG) or modified gravity (MOG) have a static, spherically symmetric black hole solution determined by the mass $$M$$M with two horizons. TheExpand
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Galaxy Rotation Curves without Nonbaryonic Dark Matter
We apply the modified acceleration law obtained from Einstein gravity coupled to a massive skew-symmetric field Fμνλ to the problem of explaining galaxy rotation curves without exotic dark matter.Expand
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The MOG weak field approximation and observational test of galaxy rotation curves
As an alternative to dark matter models, MOdified Gravity (MOG) theory can compensate for dark matter by a covariant modification of Einstein gravity. The theory introduces two additional scalarExpand
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SUPERLUMINARY UNIVERSE: A POSSIBLE SOLUTION TO THE INITIAL VALUE PROBLEM IN COSMOLOGY
The spontaneous breaking of local Lorentz invariance in the early Universe, associated with a first order phase transition at a critical time tc, generates a large increase in the speed of light andExpand
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Testing Modified Gravity with Globular Cluster Velocity Dispersions
Globular clusters (GCs) in the Milky Way have characteristic velocity dispersions that are consistent with the predictions of Newtonian gravity, and may be at odds with Modified Newtonian DynamicsExpand
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Gravitational solution to the Pioneer 10/11 anomaly
A fully relativistic modified gravitational theory including a fifth force skew-symmetric field is fitted to the Pioneer 10/11 anomalous acceleration. The theory allows for a variation with distanceExpand
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Galaxy cluster masses without non-baryonic dark matter
We apply the modified acceleration law obtained from Einstein gravity coupled to a massive skew symmetric field, Fμνλ, to the problem of explaining X-ray galaxy cluster masses without exotic darkExpand
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A MODIFIED GRAVITY AND ITS CONSEQUENCES FOR THE SOLAR SYSTEM, ASTROPHYSICS AND COSMOLOGY
A relativistic modified gravity (MOG) theory leads to a self-consistent, stable gravity theory that can describe the solar system, galaxy and clusters-of-galaxies data, and cosmology.
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The Bullet Cluster 1E0657-558 evidence shows modified gravity in the absence of dark matter
A detailed analysis of the 2006 November 15 data release X-ray surface density Σ-map and the strong and weak gravitational lensing convergence K-map for the Bullet Cluster 1E0657-558 is performed andExpand
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