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Fraser
2008-Jan-24, 02:00 AM
Understanding the mysterious dark matter in our universe is paramount to cosmologists. Dark matter and dark energy makes up the vast majority of mass in the observable universe. It influences galaxy rotation, galactic clusters and even holds the answer to our universe's fate. So, it is unsurprising to hear about some outlandish physics behind the [...]

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Grand_Lunar
2008-Jan-24, 03:27 AM
"Weird" doesn't begin to describe this sort of physics.

I feel important breakthroughs are coming this way.

trinitree88
2008-Jan-25, 09:26 PM
Understanding the mysterious dark matter in our universe is paramount to cosmologists. Dark matter and dark energy makes up the vast majority of mass in the observable universe. It influences galaxy rotation, galactic clusters and even holds the answer to our universe's fate. So, it is unsurprising to hear about some outlandish physics behind the [...]

More... (http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/universetoday/pYdq/~3/221977565/)

Fraser. It's unbelievable.:shifty: pete

Noclevername
2008-Jan-25, 09:39 PM
Do the WIMPs get pushed around by the MACHOs? Or, since so much of high-energy physics is counterintuitive, does it happen the other way around? ;)