Guess this goes here...
Braunstein and Moffat offer an alternative to CDM for the rotation curves: called (IIRC) Scalar, Tensor, Vector Gravity. According to an article I read, the theory did very well in predicting the curves for a variety of galaxy types - without resorting to the use of CDM.
I haven't read much about their theory here (although I do recall a vigorous debate re: MOND/TeVeS). What is the general consensus?
Anyone here familiar with their theory who can point me to articles accessible to the informed amateur? (I've read the New Scientist piece)