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October 30, 2003

Dark Matter Flowchart

The experimental situation in cosmology has undergone a mini-revolution in recent years. But, theoretically, many things remain as murky as ever. Hence the continued relevance of the Dark Matter Flowchart, which should be committed to memory by all serious students of the field. [Tip 'o the hat to Aaron Bergman.]

Posted by distler at October 30, 2003 9:34 AM

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Read the post Darkling planes
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Excerpt: On the one hand, Bruce Sterling waxes lyrical about the weirdness of dark matter in WIRED this month. On the other, Jacques Distler links to the rather more skeptical (and funnier) Dark Matter Flowchart. We blog; you decide....
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Re: Dark Matter Flowchart

Well I’m glad to see that the world really is like that, and it’s not just my imagination.

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