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22 Mar 2018 22:27

Well, sorry for picking on dark matter so much.  Maybe I just don't like the name.  A better name could be "dark gravity", since gravity is what's being observed, not matter, which is only one cause of gravity but not necessarily the only one.
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23 Mar 2018 01:12

Ooh, I searched for "dark gravity" and found that deGrasse Tyson makes my point precisely in a fine way.

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28 Mar 2018 20:14

Pretty cool, though the invention of the first maser should really be credited to the universe. :P

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29 Mar 2018 18:42

Exciting times for the field of astrochemistry:

 
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10 Apr 2018 01:35

A beautiful video from a beautiful youtube channel. :)  

 
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17 Apr 2018 21:18

Neat.  Especially the effect of pressure on a spark.

 
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18 Apr 2018 01:11

I just watched that earlier, very cool vid.
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18 Apr 2018 16:29

Great video as always by PBS Space-Time.  Big takeaway message is how much gravitational wave astronomy has developed in the last 2 years, and where it is headed!

 
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21 Apr 2018 05:07

I'm rather excited for the day of GAIA 2nd release, April 25

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24 Apr 2018 06:44

[quote="midtskogen"]Ooh, I searched for "dark gravity" and found that deGrasse Tyson makes my point precisely in a fine way.

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I know my first post here is going to be a ‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎ post and I'm really off to a wrong start here by doing so, but I think people should be naturally curious about phenomenon in the universe and not Neil deGrasse Tyson. He should have avoided twitter
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