Why Baryonic Matter Appears Insufficient in Spiral Galaxies?

Authors: Karan R.Takkhi

Considering the presence of dark matter or modifying the Newtonian laws of gravity are the most dominant scientific methods that we come across when it comes to explaining the mysterious, non-declining, non-Keplerian rotation curves exhibited by spiral galaxies. Considering the presence of baryonic matter only in order to solve the galaxy rotation problem has been explained by me in my previous papers. In this paper I present a practical approach to explain why the baryonic matter present within a spiral galaxy appears to be insufficient to account for the anomalous galaxy rotation curves.

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