A hydrodynamic explanation of cosmological paradoxes
R. R. Aidagulov
Lomonosov Moscow State University
According to modern concepts, the Universe consists of only 5% of baryonic matter (including black holes), 23% of dark matter and the rest is mysterious dark energy. On the other hand, the movement of the satellites Pioneer 10 and Pioneer 11, which have already left the Solar system, has not revealed any impact of forces other than Newtonian gravity. This casts doubt on the existence of the dark matter and the dark energy. In this paper, we provide a hydrodynamic explanation of well-known cosmological paradoxes. In our research, dark matter forces are replaced with nonlocal friction forces and the dark energy is replaced by centrifugal forces.
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R. R. Aidagulov, “A hydrodynamic explanation of cosmological paradoxes”, Fundam. Prikl. Mat., 21:4 (2016), 3–16
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