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(Live Science)   Elusive dark energy is still real to scientists, guy in bleachers   (livescience.com) divider line 2
    More: Obvious, dark energy, galaxy clusters, Nobel Prize in Physics, gravitational lensing, cosmic microwave background, expansion of the universe, gravitational fields, Astronomical Society  
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2012-09-12 08:55:11 PM  
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Ogre840: / Hey, nice hypothesis you've got there....

Now that's a pickup line!


The follow-up line has to include the term "rigor."
2012-09-12 07:02:02 PM  
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tortilla burger: Rent Party: They'll figure it out eventually.

Somebody probably just misplaced a decimal somewhere


Might be that, might be something else entirely.

Point being, science is *supposed* to work this way. It's a good thing!

/ Hey, nice hypothesis you've got there....
 
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