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  • Three cosmic enigmas, one audacious answer [bye-bye to black holes?]

    03/09/2006 8:34:42 PM PST · by snarks_when_bored · 103 replies · 2,349+ views
    New Scientist ^ | March 9, 2006 | Zeeya Merali
    Three cosmic enigmas, one audacious answer 09 March 2006 Exclusive from New Scientist Print Edition Zeeya Merali DARK energy and dark matter, two of the greatest mysteries confronting physicists, may be two sides of the same coin. A new and as yet undiscovered kind of star could explain both phenomena and, in turn, remove black holes from the lexicon of cosmology. The audacious idea comes from George Chapline, a physicist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California, and Nobel laureate Robert Laughlin of Stanford University and their colleagues. Last week at the 22nd Pacific Coast Gravity Meeting in Santa Barbara,...