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Home / Journals / American Journal of Modern Physics / New Science Light Path on Cosmological Dark Matters
New Science Light Path on Cosmological Dark Matters
Lead Guest Editor:
Leong Ying
KLYTEC, Hoboken, New Jersey, USA
Guest Editors
Tuladhar Bhadra Man
Department of Natural Sciences Kathmandu, Kathmandu University
Kathmandu, Nepal
Paper List
1
Authors: Leong Ying
Pages: 1-4 Published Online: Sep. 23, 2014
Views 3045 Downloads 251
2
Authors: Bijan Davvaz, Ruggero Maria Santilli, Thomas Vougiouklis
Pages: 5-9 Published Online: Nov. 11, 2014
Views 3052 Downloads 99
3
Authors: Shun-Jin Wang
Pages: 10-17 Published Online: Dec. 26, 2014
Views 3042 Downloads 102
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Authors: Peter Rowlands Rowlands
Pages: 18-22 Published Online: Dec. 26, 2014
Views 3004 Downloads 140
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Authors: Wenzhao Wei, Hao Mei, Guojian Wang, Gang Yang, Chao Zhang, Yutong Guan, Jing Liu, Dongming Mei, Christina Keller, Yiju Wang, Dahai Xu
Pages: 23-29 Published Online: Dec. 26, 2014
Views 3280 Downloads 213
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Authors: Thomas Vougiouklis
Pages: 30-33 Published Online: Dec. 26, 2014
Views 2992 Downloads 86
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Authors: Simone Beghella-Bartoli, Prashant M. Bhujbal, Alex Nas
Pages: 34-41 Published Online: Dec. 31, 2014
Views 6221 Downloads 254
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Authors: Leong Ying
Pages: 42-45 Published Online: Dec. 31, 2014
Views 2768 Downloads 148
Introduction
Current science cannot explain the cosmological influence of Dark Fluids, specifically Dark Energy that drives an accelerating universal expansion and Dark Matter needed to account for the rapid galactic rotations. This Special Issue will highlight proposed modern physics theories that shed light upon these cosmic dark matters, such as a parallel universe theory that can calculate an expansion rate consistent with experiments and account for missing antimatter and the apparent faster-than-light-speed phenomenon of quantum entanglement.
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