The Aether problem of our age

According to the mainstream explanation, the dark matter is one hypothetical particle or another that interacts with itself either very weakly or not all, and that does not have any way of dumping its energy to other physical entities to form aggregates, and that bizarrely seems to interact with matter only gravitationally (weak interaction is not totally ruled out).  There is no stronger indication of a crisis of historic proportions in physics today than the twin problems of dark matter and dark energy.  In an effort to "explain away" the increasing number of associated problematic observations, mainstream cosmologists and astrophysicists are digging their heels either in the mire of the so-called Lambda-CDM model of the universe or in proposing yet more "aethereal" explanations. In my opinion, these problems have become the "aether problem" of our age. Here is the latest example of this game: The common plane of orbit of satellite galaxies around thei

Dark Energy and Dark Matter, A Unified Picture

Here is a video on why I think the Universe is rotating, based on my paper titled Dark Energy and Dark Matter As Inertial Effects, available at .

Centrifugal force demo

This is a computer simulation demo of the centrifugal force, which I claim is what is responsible for the so-called "dark energy."

Coriolis effect demo

Here is an impressive demonstration of the Coriolis effect, which I claim is responsible for—together with the cosmic centrifugal force—the so-called "dark matter."

19 reasons as to why it was a Big Spin, not a Big Bang

For the details, please read my " Dark Energy and Dark matter as Inertial Effects " paper on

Dark Energy and Dark Matter are Cosmic Centrifugal and Coriolis Forces

Below is my attempt at explaining the problems of dark energy and dark matter that I developed in 2010. The two most outstanding unsolved problems of modern cosmology today are the problems of dark energy and dark matter. Together these two problems imply that about a whopping 96% of the energy content of the universe is simply unaccounted for within the reigning paradigm of modern cosmology. T he dark energy problem has been around only for about two decades, while the dark matter problem has gone unsolved for about 90 years. Various ideas have been put forward, including some fantastic ones such as the presence of ghostly fields and particles. Some ideas even suggest the breakdown of the standard Newton-Einstein gravity for the relevant scales. Although some progress has been made particularly in the area of dark matter with the nonstandard gravity theories, the problems still stand unresolved.   I n this article, I propose a globally rotating universe (that is,

What is the Origin of Intrinsic Quantum Spin?

Spin quantum number is the fourth parameter needed to uniquely describe the quantum state of a, say, fermion such as an electron. It was originally postulated by the brilliant, albeit caustic, Austrian physicist Wolfgang Pauli. Shortly afterwards some physicists interpreted it as self-rotation. Pauli himself was not happy with this interpretation because a quick calculation shows that such a mechanical supposition requires a superluminal rotation of the electron's "surface," which goes counter to the dictates of the special theory of relativity. So how is quantum spin explained then? Is there a physical model for it? The standard answer to these questions is that we are supposed to think of quantum spin as a two-valued intrinsic quantum degree of freedom, corresponding to an "intrinsic" angular momentum, with  no classical analog . And the majority of physicists follow this catechism. But I don't! When self-rotation so neatly explains the two-valuedness