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Dark Matter Comes From Astronomical Observations

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 2, 2002 01:48:50 UTC

The dynamics of stars and clusters of stars indicates the presence of much more mass than what is observed. The need for dark matter does not come from considerations of the universe as a whole. For the universe as a whole we need both dark matter and dark energy to achieve the flatness we observe. But if you do not care, there is no [point to further explanation.

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