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The metric expansion of space makes things appear to fly apart.
My question is, could it be that the metric expansion of space, combined with gravity, is what actually keeps the stars in a galaxy from not being flung out into intergalactic space? Do formulas discount this?
No it's exactly opposite of what's needed for an explanation.
My question is, "Could the metric expansion of space supplement dark matter as an explanation."