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Klyagin, N. V. New Copernicuses

Published in journal "Philosophy and Culture", 2010-2 , pages 52-62.

Resume: In modern astrophysics there is a prevailing hypothesis of accelerated expansion of the Universe under the influence of the dark energy. According to the author, this conception contradicts not only to the laws of nature but also to logic. However, philosophy can eventually solve numerous contradictions of the hypothesis.

Keywords: acceleration of expansion of the Universe, Great Attractor, Universe, quasars, Hubble constant, supernova, singularity, dark energy, dark matter, philosophy

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