Pavel Kroupa: The Dark Matter Crisis
Dark Matter Problems, Cosmology and Progress:
a personal account
Links to the relevant research papers and the German "Spektrum der
Wissenschaft" article (free of charge, "kostenfrei"):
Canadian Journal of Physics, in press).
Galaxies as simple dynamical systems: observational data disfavor dark matter and stochastic star formation
(Kroupa, Pawlowski & Milgrom, 2012,
International Journal of Modern Physics D, Volume 21, Issue 14, id. 1230003).
The Failures of the Standard Model of Cosmology Require a New Paradigm
(Kroupa, 2012, Publications of the Astronomical Society of
Australia, open access article - downloadable free of charge).
The dark matter crisis: falsification of the current standard model of cosmology
(Kroupa, Famaey, de Boer, Dabringhausen, Pawlowski, Boily,
Jerjen, Forbes, Hensler, Metz, 2010, Astronomy and Astrophysics 523, 32)
Local-Group tests of dark-matter Concordance
Cosmology: Towards a new paradigm for structure formation
(Kroupa & Pawlowski, August 2010, Spektrum der Wissenschaft)
Das kosmologische Standardmodell auf dem Pruefstand
Links to related Nature and a few other papers dealing with issues relevant to
the Dark Matter Problem:
(Ibata, Lewis, Conn, Irwin et al., 2013, Nature)
A vast, thin plane of corotating dwarf galaxies orbiting the Andromeda galaxy
(Clowes, Harris, Raghunathan et al., 2013, MNRAS)
A structure in the early universe at z ~ 1.3 that exceeds the
homogeneity scale of the R-W concordance cosmology
(Karachentsev, I.D., 2012, AstBu)
Missing dark matter in the local universe
(Peebles & Nusser, 2010, Nature 465, 565)
Nearby galaxies as pointers to a better theory of cosmic evolution
(Disney, Romano, Garcia-Appadoo, West, Dalcanton, Cortese, 2008, Nature 455, 1082)
Galaxies appear simpler than expected
Links to reviews on Milgromian dynamics/MOND:
We document on the web, as best we can and within our spare time, the
paradigm change away from the concordance or standard cold or warm dark
matter based cosmological models (the LCDM or LWDM models) towards a
new understanding of cosmological physics.
SciLogs contents with links:
(by Marcel Pawlowski and Pavel Kroupa)
Link to unrelated comments to the above contributions is
here (begun in Nov.2013).
Prof. Dr. Pavel Kroupa (University of Bonn;
Pavel Kroupa and Mordehai Milgrom
at MGADS, Strasbourg, 29.06.2010.