The dark side of the universe

By Rebecca Priestley In Science

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21st February, 2013
Reader Terry Jones points out that in the January 5 Science column (“It all started with a Big Bang”), in which I spoke to Professor Richard Easther about the origin of the universe, we made no reference to dark energy or dark matter. I need little convincing to devote another column to weird physics and cosmology, so this time I asked Easther, head of the University of Auckland’s Department of ...

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