Nereid, now the answers to other your questions.
Also TODAY it is very difficult to observe comets in the Oort’s cloud. In my opinion it is very, very difficult to detect such objects in the halos of large cosmic structures. We are today able to detect dwarfs in halos but not meteors.Originally Posted by Nereid
I feel sure about existence of the Fe+Ni dark matter. It will be observed in the foreseeable future. In halos of rich clusters there must be about 4 times more DM than the visible matter.
I said that the entangled particles can quickly communicate (v=8 . 10^88c) but it does not mean that we may with such speed carry information. In my opinion probably we never will be able to built emitter and detector of such particles. The same we may say about higgsons (v=2.4 . 10^59c).Originally Posted by Nereid
Yes. But my COSMOLOGICAL predictions are consistent with good astronomical observational results. If they are not consistent then I predict that some ‘good astronomical observational results’ are wrong, for example the conclusion that our World accelerates expansion or the conclusion that whole redshift for most distant objects is connected with motion of these objects or the conclusion that our World is 13.4 billion years old.Originally Posted by Nereid
(to be continued)