Dark energy: a quirk of gravity?
Large-scale flaws in general relativity could mimic dark energy's effects.
July 24, 2006
|It's surprising how attached people have become to dark energy in a short while, given how weird the concept is. But it's still possible dark energy doesn't exist. The effects commonly ascribed to it may illustrate, instead, a breakdown in general relativity on cosmological scales. |
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