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Dark Matter?

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Posted by Carl Nysse on November 3, 2007 12:57:54 UTC

Just read your small expose on dark matter. My personal belief is that dark matter is a figment of the imagination, introduced to fit the Big Bang Theory. Could I ask you to read my contribution to the BBT debate posted on 1/11/07 under the name NYSSE (in red letters) and let me have your thoughts on that?
Coming back to the black matter theory, which says that that matter is spread throughout the universe. Scientists very recently discovered an area in space which is devoid of ALL matter and which measures a billion light years in diameter.
Not even black matter! Makes one think doesn't it?
Any way, nice talking to you. Hope to hear from you soon. Regards, Carl Nysse.

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