Black Holes as Dark Matter
- Conference date: 14–18 June 2009
- Location: Växjö (Sweden)
While the energy of the universe has been established to be about 0.04 baryons, 0.24 dark matter and 0.72 dark energy, the cosmological entropy is almost entirely, about from black holes and only from everything else. This identification of all dark matter as black holes is natural in statistical mechanics. Cosmological history of dark matter is discussed.
- Dark matter
- Black holes
- Dark energy
- Classical statistical mechanics
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