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Nature (London) A jump that would prove Newton wrong  Testing for no dark matter



Nature (London) A jump that would prove Newton wrong



 Equinox challenge to Newton's law



Meet me at 79º 50' N, 56º W

By D. Castelvecchi, Science News, Vol. 171, Issue 13



PhysicsWeb Experiment sets the ultimate test for Newton's laws



PhysOrg Can Newton's 2nd Law be Violated on Earth?



World Science Could self-moving objects explain away "dark matter"?



Slashdot Newton's second law, Revisited



ITWire MOND experiment cancels all accelerations, could it end dark matter? 



Wissenschaft Bewährungsprobe für Newton



Космология избавляется от темного мифа (Russia)



Experimenteel bewijs voor tegenstanders donkere materie in aantocht   Arago Focus Online

(The Netherlands)




MOND on Earth            JMK Physics – blog with great reviews ¿Puede violarse en la Tierra la Segunda Ley de Newton?



Astronomy News  Modified Newtonian dynamics (MOND)



Information Center For Basic Science (South Korea)




Map of the SHLEM spots   thanks to Reverse Zone



Testing for violations of Newton's 2nd law



Science  Modified Newtonian Dynamics Close to Home



fisika_indonesia  Challenge to Newton's law




International Reporter



KWSN Orbiting Fortress




Newton's Second Law may not be True any more!   Drishtikone



Astronomy discussions and information 



Science and Technology



ACS: I fought the law...  Nature blog 'The Sceptical Chymist'




Challenge to Newton's law  Has anyone tested MOND?







Yahoo grupos Brasil   ciencialist




Trouw deVerdieping (Leiden Univ.) Donkere materie  Zoeken, maar waarnaar?



Πείραμα θέτει το α¹όλυτο κριτήριο για τους νόμους του Νεύτωνα. Infogenesis


Infinity Unbound blog



Dark matter could meet its nemesis on Earth




La existencia de la materia oscura




Einde van donkere materie in zicht?




Tweede wet van Newton wankelt Grenswetenschap




La matería oscura podría encontrar su némesis en la Tíerra




Newton, MOND y la matería oscura Diario Universitario