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Why Dark Matter isn't what we thought it was.

physburn (1095481) writes | more than 2 years ago


physburn (1095481) writes "Researchers modelling galaxies have found something odd or odder with dark matter, it seems to have a maximum density of around 4 solar masses per cubic light year, and to it seems to support itself against collapse. This fact might be the end of supersymmetry particles as the particles of dark matter."
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