Can a negative-mass cosmology explain dark matter and dark energy?

@article{SocasNavarro2019CanAN,
  title={Can a negative-mass cosmology explain dark matter and dark energy?},
  author={H. Socas-Navarro},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2019},
  volume={626}
}
A recent study by Farnes (2018) proposed an alternative cosmological model in which both dark matter and dark energy are replaced with a single fluid of negative mass. This paper presents a critical review of that model. A number of problems and discrepancies with observations are identified. For instance, the predicted shape and density of galactic dark matter halos are incorrect. Also, halos would need to be less massive than the baryonic component otherwise they would become gravitationally… Expand

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