The Net Advance of Physics:
MODIFIED NEWTONIAN DYNAMICS (MOND)
MODIFIED NEWTONIAN DYNAMICS:
General: Homepages:
McGaugh;
General: Introductory:
Bothun, no date;
Light and Dark in the Universe
by Mordehai Milgrom [2012/03]
General:
Milgrom 98/10;
Sanders 2001/06;
Milgrom 2001/12;
Sanders and McGaugh 2002/04;
Scarpa 2006/01;
Bekenstein 2007/01;
The MOND paradigm
by Mordechai Milgrom [2007/05]
Einstein's Theory of Gravity and the Problem of Missing Mass
by Pedro G. Ferreira and Glenn Starkmann [
Science 326
, 812 (2009)]
New Physics at Low Accelerations (MOND): an Alternative to Dark Matter
by Mordechai Milgrom [2009/06]
Modified Newtonian Dynamics: A Review
by Benoit Famaey and Stacy McGaugh [2011/12] 164 pp.
The "Missing Mass Problem" in Astronomy and the Need for a Modified Law of Gravity
by Sascha Trippe [2014/01]
A historical perspective on Modified Newtonian Dynamics
by R. H. Sanders [2014/04]
A Tale of Two Paradigms: the Mutual Incommensurability of LCDM and MOND
by Stacy S. McGaugh [2014/04]
MOND theory
by Mordechai Milgrom [2014/04]
Mond - a review
by David V. Bugg [2014/05]
Dynamical Regularities in Galaxies
by Stacy McGaugh et al. [2019/09]
MOND vs. Dark Matter in Light of Historical Parallels
by Mordehai Milgrom [2019/10] Somewhat polemical, but a good review of MOND by its inventor.
General: THEORETICAL:
Milgrom 2002/07;
Sanders 2006/01;
The Tensor-Vector-Scalar theory and its cosmology
by Constantinos Skordis [2009/03]
Modified Gravity and Cosmology
by Timothy Clifton et al. [2011/06] Survey of many approaches. 300 pp.
Tensor-vector-scalar-modified gravity: from small scale to cosmology
by Jacob D. Bekenstein [
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 369
, 5003 (2011)]
Modified Newtonian Dynamics (MOND): Observational Phenomenology and Relativistic Extensions
by Benoit Famaey and Stacy McGaugh [2012/07]
MOND and its bimetric formulation
by Mordehai Milgrom [2013/10]
Re: DWARF GALAXIES:
Brosch 98/10;
Re: GALAXIES:
Predictions and outcomes for the dynamics of rotating galaxies
by S. McGaugh [2020/04]
Re: GRAVITATIONAL LENSING:
Hoekstra et al. 2002/05;
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