April 29, 2012

From Dominick Stow:

Re: Where's the dark matter? Not here, befuddled astronomers find (April 18): Usually, I do not respond but I feel compelled to answer this simple

question. The reason why we can not see dark matter in our vicinity is that we are not capable to see at this close distance. We do not have the means to comprehend the source. We think we see the matter at a further distance but what it is is that the source looks denser at that distance. When we are capable to see the full picture of our universe and it's hidden treasures we will be different humans. We still learning the ways to use fire during the stone ages. We still have a long way to evolve.


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