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A CRITIQUE OF THE STANDARD COSMOLOGICAL MODEL

@inproceedings{Somer2014ACO,
  title={A CRITIQUE OF THE STANDARD COSMOLOGICAL MODEL},
  author={L. Somer},
  year={2014}
}
According to the standard cosmological model, 27 % of the Universe consists of some mysterious dark matter, 68 % consists of even more mysterious dark energy, whereas only less than 5 % corresponds to baryonic matter composed from known elementary particles. The main purpose of this paper is to show that the proposed ratio 27 : 5 between the amount of dark matter and baryonic matter is considerably overestimated. Dark matter and partly also dark energy might result from inordinate… Expand
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