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What About EM Interaction?

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Posted by Harvey on September 16, 2002 20:48:39 UTC

Richard,

It would seem that 'dark' matter is dark because this matter has weak interaction with EM fields (otherwise we would detect the matter). However, if it reacts so weakly with EM, then this dark matter would seem to be ineffective as any empowerment to the brain which works on EM signals. Have you given this any thought to your speculation?

Warm regards, Harv

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