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Dark matter and the structure of the universe



Dark matter is the vast majority of the mass of the entire universe and holds the galaxies together.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Frank Merton on 29 November, 2013, 10:50
Things are not what they seem -- really not.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Nefer-Ankhe on 29 November, 2013, 12:07
I know little of science... can someone please explain how it is known, or how the theory came about, that there is such a thing as dark matter separating the universes, or that the separation of the universes even exist?
Comment icon #3 Posted by Frank Merton on 29 November, 2013, 12:20
I know little of science... can someone please explain how it is known, or how the theory came about, that there is such a thing as dark matter separating the universes, or that the separation of the universes even exist? First dark matter does not separate the universes but appears to be the main source of mass in our universe. It is "dark" because we can't see it -- it neither gives off nor reflects light. The conclusion that it exists and is so pervasive comes from measurements of how things move and hold together -- there is a lot of matter holding the galaxies and so on together that we c... [More]
Comment icon #4 Posted by third_eye on 29 November, 2013, 12:30
I know little of science... can someone please explain how it is known, or how the theory came about, that there is such a thing as dark matter separating the universes, or that the separation of the universes even exist? Its a pretty long story ... started when the universe was found to be not only expanding but also speeding apart ... most of it was mathematical equations and numbers till : The Dark Energy Survey (DES) is designed to probe the origin of the accelerating universe and help uncover the nature of dark energy by measuring the 14-billion-year history of cosmic expansion with high ... [More]
Comment icon #5 Posted by GollyBuster on 29 November, 2013, 14:28
'Dark matter' isn't a 'thing'. It is purely a mathematical fudge to keep a bull**** theory in play.


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