Cold Dark Matter Cosmology Puzzle Solved
“These huge explosions push the interstellar gas clouds back and forth in the centre of the galaxy”
Submitted by News Account on 29 November 2007 - 5:32pm. Physics Researchers using supercomputer simulations have exposed a very violent and critical relationship between interstellar gas and dark matter when ... via Scientific Blogging
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Since: Apr 07
#1 Nov 30, 2007
“Our high-resolution model did extremely accurate simulations, showing that this ‘sloshing’ effect – similar to water in a bathtub— kicks most of the dark matter out of the centre of the galaxy.”
That's a pretty good analogy.
#2 May 28, 2010
And what happens when those ripples come back towards us?
#3 Jun 4, 2010
I highly doubt it was solved. Though the algorithms can simulate reality, either the algorithms change or reality changes. Not even atomic colliders can prove solve it.
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