Date : July 2019
Measurements of the universe expansion rate are giving conflicting results. Since the discovery of the expansion of the universe (Edwin Hubble – 1920’s), the measure of the expansion rate has been improved to a good level of accuracy . . . until a new evaluation method delivered a value with a significant departure from the estimated one. This could invalidate the current standard theory of cosmology (^CDM), which includes dark matter and dark energy.
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