I thought Tangle's comment was more of a joke.
Oh sure, I know.
The "we just forgot a minus sign" seems a bit misleading, though.
Yep, and at first I kind of mind skipped past that minus sign part and got swept off by the thought of merging dark matter and energy into the same field.
This happened (the in my mind part) because I am just reading a book, and the chapter I am on is talking about how and why matter and energy, electrical and magnetic fields, and space and time were merged by a few brilliant hypothesis that have since been tested repeatedly.
Science doesn't forget a minus sign for 15 years.
Of course you are right. I will be interested to see if we hear more from Farnes.
I am really hoping to live long enough to see some interesting observations and evidence reports and new sets of questions about the big physics questions.
The James Webb Space Telescope is due for launch March 30, 2021. I want to see at least 10 years worth of images from it.
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