What Is the Universe Made Of?

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Science  01 Jul 2005:
Vol. 309, Issue 5731, pp. 78
DOI: 10.1126/science.309.5731.78a

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    Could stellar orbits in galaxies be accounted for by supermassive black holes?

    Is it possible that gravity is an "inertial" response to accelerating expansion of the universe?

    My mathematical background and immersion in the standard model's paradigm is insufficient to approach these questions, but there just seems to be too many things missing from the unity.

    Any comments would be appreciated....

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