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Dark matter still a mystery

For those of you who have been following my posts here and/or on creation.com may remember that I have been very critical of the alleged stuff that astronomers call dark matter. Its alleged existence is an admission that we don’t know something about our universe. I have predicted that they will not find it, at least, not in the exotic form and quantity needed.

Last year New Scientist (a popular science magazine) had the admission on its front cover:

DARK MATTER We still haven’t found it. Our theories are falling apart.

Front Cover New Scientist November 2019

This is something I have been saying for a long time.

Add to that the mystery of dark energy and the two components total 96% of the mass energy content of the universe. But what makes it worse, we know nothing about these entities.

The simplest solution — take Ockham’s Razor to it — is that these entities just do not exist.

God created the universe essentially the way we see it now. The big bang cosmological paradigm is wrong. The latter is based on the false notion that the universe created itself, without the Creator. It follows then that when fallen creatures use this false starting point many contradictions will arise in any theory that tries to explain the universe. And finally someone is admitting it — their theories are falling apart.