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    Can Radio Telescopes Find Axions?

    This article has stimulated an idea that I think is remarkable. It might require doing something original. Fun?
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    Default Re: DM: detect axions via radio telescope?

    I am young enough to maybe see this happen, wow.
    Thank you again

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    "If people would look up into the night sky as intently and as passionately as they do their phones, they would be amazed"
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    Default Re: DM: detect axions via radio telescope?

    I'm expecting to see it too. Although older than most dirt my family has a remarkable history of durability as long as no bad habits are involved.
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