Weak Lensing Data and Condensed Neutrino Objects
AbstractCondensed Neutrino Objects (CNO) are a candidate for the Dark Matter which everyone has been looking for. In this article, from Albert Einstein’s original 1911 and 1917 papers, we begin the journey from weak lensing data to neutrino signatures. New research results include an Einasto density profile that fits to a range of candidate degenerate neutrino masses, goodness-of-fit test results for our functional CNO mass/radius relationship which fits to available weak lensing data, and new results based on revised constraints for the CNO that our Local Group of galaxies is embedded in. View Full-Text
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Morley, P.; Buettner, D. Weak Lensing Data and Condensed Neutrino Objects. Universe 2017, 3, 81.
Morley P, Buettner D. Weak Lensing Data and Condensed Neutrino Objects. Universe. 2017; 3(4):81.Chicago/Turabian Style
Morley, Peter; Buettner, Douglas. 2017. "Weak Lensing Data and Condensed Neutrino Objects." Universe 3, no. 4: 81.
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