View Full Version : Did Dark Matter Annihilate Our Early Universe?

2009-Apr-26, 11:50 AM
380,000 years after the Big Bang, the Universe cooled from being a hot soup of plasma, to a temperature where protons and electrons could combine to form atoms. This calm period of neutral hydrogen in universal history didn’t last for long however. The neutral hydrogen atoms were ripped apart once more, by a mechanism that [...]

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2009-Apr-27, 03:47 AM
Is this wrong? How do I count the ways...

There should be a rule that Dark Matter has to pass at least one test (other than a failure of gravity) that demonstrates its existance before Dark Matter can be assigned new untested attributes. This is angels-dancing-on-the-head of a pin stuff.