WE WERE WRONG: There’s No Dark Matter & Our Theory of Gravity is Broken

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Around 85% of the universe’s matter is thought to be made up of dark matter, a hypothetical entity. It is referred to as “dark” since it cannot be directly detected because it does not emit, absorb, or reflect light. Only by its gravitational influence on visible matter, like stars and galaxies, can we see its impact.

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