Has anyone found evidence of dark matter within galaxies? Or is this strictly a "Halo" thing?
If you mean antimatter, no.bdewoody":pvfotpv6 said:Could dark matter be what we call ant-matter?
Assuming you do indeed mean anti-matter, no.bdewoody":1swgce2z said:Could dark matter be what we call ant-matter?
bdewoody":11erlf7k said:Could dark matter be what we call antimatter?
Tried to type in the dark.
This could also explain why 1 sock always seems to dissapear in the wash. :roll:a biophysicist named Deno Kazanis speculated that what we're calling dark matter may actually be the "subtle matter/energy" that mystics have spoken of for millennia. If so, he suggested, it could provide a scientific basis for paranormal phenomena -- from auras to ghosts to UFOs and beyond.
NoSplitvision":1rezbvbl said:I suppose it doesn't... But if you think about it, it's not impossible. I'm not sure about what's the biggest scale we know about is (groups of galaxy-groups perhaps) but ultimately mustn't they also orbit around something?
NoAnd that something... mustn't it orbit around something else?
Yes intuitively it does. Unfortunately, and it is the hardest thing to understand, that intuition is wrong.Intuitionally it feels like it boils down to some object really being the center of all things. First we thought the earth was the center of the universe, then the sun, then we realized the sun is orbiting the Milky Way, and then we discovered more galaxies etc. I feel like there can be many more "steps" (perhaps there are, of which I'm not aware), only they're at such a large scale they're very hard to observe. Sorry if I strayed a bit OT.