Far out cosmology: dark energy may not exist (Introduction)

by David Turell @, Wednesday, December 04, 2019, 01:32 (7 days ago) @ dhw

dhw: Thank you for this very important article.The existence of dark matter (i.e. matter which nobody knows anything about) has been questioned for years, as has the theory of speeding expansion. I recall many articles on the subject published by the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies – an organization much derided by the scientific establishment precisely because they kept challenging orthodox views. Eventually no doubt scientists will question the theory of the Big Bang. Your customary snipe at Darwinism is totally unnecessary and irrelevant, and in any case many scientists have challenged Darwin’s ideas on random mutations and gradualism.

DAVID: Real science is self-correcting as the article shows. You fell into the same stance as always. I point out that Darwinism scientists keep defending what cannot be longer defended using this articled as an example. Dawkins, Coyne, Graur and many others are still blathering. Do you realize Darwinism is a religion? That's what I'm complaining about. And to your point, there are many articles challenging the Big Bang. I read one yesterday.

dhw: The quotes you have given us have nothing to do with Darwinism. The subject is dark energy/matter, which I have extended to the Big Bang. See also the James A. Shapiro thread, where again you tried to switch the subject to Darwin. It makes for messy threads!

My point is the same. Current Darwinism is a religion. If others lurk here, I am trying educate them.


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