On 8 December 2013 11:58, John Mikes <jami...@gmail.com> wrote: > Telmo asked: > > *Honest question: isn't "dark matter" a fancy name for failed predictions?* > > *I would not be so rude * - just call it an ingenious way to save our > scientific face in so far developed conventional science. > Then it required 'dark energy' in the dark minds.And ALL had been > justified by the theories to be justified. > John M > > We shouldn't be surprised there is stuff out there we can't see. Observation has already revealed a whole bunch of stuff we couldn't detect as little as a century ago, what are the chances we can see the whole Hubble Schmeer yet?
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