Showing posts from July, 2024

A "mild" evidence for a cosmic axis

"In our analysis, we found mild evidence for a cosmic preferred axis. It is interesting to note that this preferred axis lies broadly in the vicinity of other prominent cosmic anisotropy axes reported in the literature from diverse data sets. Also we find some evidence for non-zero (negative) cosmic shear and eccentricity that characterize different expansion rates in different directions and deviation from an isotropic scale factor respectively." See the paper at:

Surprise, surprise: Dark matter might not exist at all

"Such a long range effect may indicate that dark matter—as we understand it—might not exist at all."