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Submicroscopic viewpoint on gravitation , cosmology , dark energy and dark matter , and the first data of inerton astronomy

@inproceedings{Krasnoholovets2019SubmicroscopicVO,
  title={Submicroscopic viewpoint on gravitation , cosmology , dark energy and dark matter , and the first data of inerton astronomy},
  author={V. Krasnoholovets},
  year={2019}
}
The so-called Standard Model of particle physics and the Standard Model of cosmology have so far not been able to suggest unambiguously what the very nature of dark matter is. These Models are therefore flawed at the fundamental level. We propose a deeper fundamental approach, the submicroscopic deterministic concept that considers the real space as a substrate constituted of primary topological balls arranging a tessellation lattice. Dark energy is accounted for by a peculiar distribution of… Expand
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