We present the first spatially resolved Mass
Discrepancy-Acceleration Relation (MDAR) for the Galaxy as determined from
high-resolution stellar kinematics. The physically obtained MDAR exhibits a...
We present the first detailed physically-based
thermodynamic model of the Galaxy as obtained from high-resolution kinematical data
from the inner stellar halo. We interpret the observed distribut...
The origin of the Baryonic Tully-Fisher Relationship
(BTFR) MBar ∝
V4 remains a quandary since empirically discovered thirty years ago.
This relationship has been considered an exact function of...
Recent observations have brought into
question a basic tenet of ΛCDM cosmology relating the expected decline in
formation efficiency for lower mass galaxies (Oman 2016). This trend is analogous
In a recent paper, McGaugh describes a local relation
between galactic mass discrepancies (dynamic mass/baryonic mass) and
gravitational acceleration behavior as a direct consequence of MOdified
This work advances a
conceptual cosmological model as presented in the original publication, “Energy
Density Driven Galactic Formation and Evolution” (La Fortune 2015). Termed the
letter is inspired by the findings of M. Rabinowitz in his recent publication, “Why
Observable Space Is Solely Three Dimensional” (Rabinowitz 2014). His paper
provides coherent reasoning wh...