MOND


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MOND

abbr.
Modified Newtonian Dynamics
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MOND claims that Newtonian dynamical laws are not obeyed at low accelerations.
Instead, after the publication of the first MOND papers in 1983, the theory has steadily grown stronger.
Alexander Ignatiev of the Theoretical Physics Research Institute in Melbourne, Australia, now proposes to test MOND here on Earth.
MOND now encompasses 16 separate labels representing 80 individual California wines, as well as partnerships with vineyards in Australia, Italy, Chile, and France.
According to a new analysis by University of Maryland Astronomy Professor Stacy McGaugh, this - the latest of several successful MOND predictions - raises new questions about accuracy of the reigning cosmological model of the universe.
He acknowledges that MOND does not fully explain away the mass discrepancy in clusters, but says that the theory only requires about as much undetected matter as visible matter.
Stacy McGaugh, professor of astronomy at Case Western Reserve, and Mordehai Milgrom, the father of MOND and professor of physics at the Weizmann Institute in Israel, said that most scientists are more comfortable with the dark matter interpretation, asserting that they need to understand why MOND succeeds with these predictions.
Says Nelson, "I did The Monds Squad, with John Monds, Donny DeShong and George Wilborn, at WVAZ 102.