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Posted by Gary Conner on May 6, 2004 07:34:54 UTC

thanks for the reply. clearly you are well versed. let me gripe about dark matter. the observable mass of our own galaxy, and virtually all others, is not nearly enough to explain galactic rotation. that is disturbing. ordinary 'clumps' of atomic hydrogen gravitationally collapses into stars, which have observable consequences. why are there not dark matter equivalents that are observable?

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