Free sections II.II.IV and II.II.VI — Book: “Philosophy Unscrambles Dark Matter”

In response to my recent blog post that briefly explains how scientists applied irrelevant Newton’s Theorem XXXI to the galactic rotation problem and missed to apply correct Theorem XXXIII, a PhD physics person pointed out that even if Theorem XXXIII is applied, the discrepancy remains. To this, my reply was that blog post was brief. […]

How to explain rotation velocities of stars in galaxy without the need of dark matter?

Scientists expected that star velocities of galaxy must follow Kepler’s 3rd law which required that galaxy should rotate slowly from edges than from center. However, Kepler’s 3rd law was a specific law that was applicable to solar system or planet-moon systems where greater mass is concentrated at the center. But galaxy is a different system […]

To be Philosophical

To be Philosophical means looking things in totality. To have a totalitarian approach. Rather than focusing a particular problem, trying to understand overall general structure, scheme or theme. To have a systematic approach and unwillingness to accept any stance within that general scheme without having solid logical justification. This philosophical approach is good because non […]

Dark Matter Fallacy and Newton’s Theorem XXXIII

Kepler’s 3rd law was not relevant to Galactic Rotation: Idea of Dark Matter is like an offshoot of wrongfully expecting the relevancy of Kepler’s 3rd law for rotation of Galaxies. In our solar system, Mercury is closest to Sun and has greatest orbital velocity. (Let’s say) Pluto is farthest from Sun and has lowest orbital […]