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Old March 22nd 14, 07:37 AM posted to sci.astro,sci.physics
Yousuf Khan[_2_]
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Default So which physics theories are being killed by the new findings aboutcosmic Inflation?

Yet more versions of Superstring theory are now killed. Superstring
theory has been having a bad couple of years, first with the findings on
the Higgs boson, and now cosmic Inflation. It can't get no love.

Various axion models are now kaput. Which will limit their possible roll
in Dark Matter theory.

90% of Inflation models themselves are also now dead. The Chaotic
Inflation theory one of the first proposals about Inflation, proposed by
Inflation theory founder Andrei Linde, is still alive though.

Brane World cyclic universe theory is now ruled out. This is a staple of
both Superstring theory and cyclic universe models.

Now, some theories involving both Axions and Superstrings together,
might still hold some promise.

Gravitational-wave finding causes 'spring cleaning' in physics : Nature
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http://www.nature.com/news/gravitati...hysics-1.14910
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Old March 22nd 14, 07:44 AM posted to sci.astro,sci.physics
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Default So which physics theories are being killed by the new findings about cosmic Inflation?

In sci.physics Yousuf Khan wrote:
Yet more versions of Superstring theory are now killed. Superstring
theory has been having a bad couple of years, first with the findings on
the Higgs boson, and now cosmic Inflation. It can't get no love.

Various axion models are now kaput. Which will limit their possible roll
in Dark Matter theory.

90% of Inflation models themselves are also now dead. The Chaotic
Inflation theory one of the first proposals about Inflation, proposed by
Inflation theory founder Andrei Linde, is still alive though.

Brane World cyclic universe theory is now ruled out. This is a staple of
both Superstring theory and cyclic universe models.

Now, some theories involving both Axions and Superstrings together,
might still hold some promise.

Gravitational-wave finding causes 'spring cleaning' in physics : Nature
News & Comment
http://www.nature.com/news/gravitati...hysics-1.14910



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Old March 22nd 14, 03:08 PM posted to sci.astro
Brad Guth[_3_]
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Default So which physics theories are being killed by the new findingsabout cosmic Inflation?

On Friday, March 21, 2014 11:37:53 PM UTC-7, Yousuf Khan wrote:
Yet more versions of Superstring theory are now killed. Superstring

theory has been having a bad couple of years, first with the findings on

the Higgs boson, and now cosmic Inflation. It can't get no love.



Various axion models are now kaput. Which will limit their possible roll

in Dark Matter theory.



90% of Inflation models themselves are also now dead. The Chaotic

Inflation theory one of the first proposals about Inflation, proposed by

Inflation theory founder Andrei Linde, is still alive though.



Brane World cyclic universe theory is now ruled out. This is a staple of

both Superstring theory and cyclic universe models.



Now, some theories involving both Axions and Superstrings together,

might still hold some promise.



Gravitational-wave finding causes 'spring cleaning' in physics : Nature

News & Comment

http://www.nature.com/news/gravitati...hysics-1.14910


Obviously the mpc755 interpretation of aether may also be interfering with the mainstream status-quo of just about everything.

Perhaps the negative forces of our universe will need to be given credit, because obviously something besides positive molecular matter is coexisting within the supposedly vast nothing expanse of the IGM which represents 99.9999999999999% of our universe.

 




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