How can we understand the observed diverse dark matter fractions of galaxies? (and keep Lambda Cold Dark Matter)

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Abstract

(i) LCDM, works on large scales but something is seriously wrong on halo scales
(ii) We claim that missing ingredient is gravitational quantum theory (GQT)
(iii) Gravitational quantum theory (GQT) shows that
(a) cross sections depend strongly on environment
(b) baryons can be dark!
– dark baryons are the “WIMPs” we have been looking for…
(iv) quantum dark matter (QDM) is not a theory. It is an inevitable consequence of applying quantum mechanics to gravity
(v) I will concentrate today on how GQT can explain the unusual dark matter fractions observed in some galaxy halos
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-20
Number of pages20
Publication statusPublished - 10 Feb 2022

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