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1. The gravitational constant among stars at a very high temperature may be considerably less than the accepted value of G and their actual masses may be many times greater than those calculated now. This may resolve the dark matter issue.
2. The Minkowsky equation of Point Event is mathematically invalid and deductions based on it may be erroneous.
3. If there is nuclear fusion in stars, then the primordial gas must have been deuterium and not hydrogen as assumed by cosmologists.
4. The universe may have a reflecting boundary and many astronomical observations of distant galaxies may be reflected images of our own galaxy emanating billions of years ago.

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