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(The Australian)   "Dark Matter" permeates the universe. We can't really observe it, and even if we could, it's not like we have any idea what to do with it. But one man just became $300,000 richer because of it   (theaustralian.com.au) divider line 3
    More: Cool, dark matter, galaxy formation, National University of Ireland, University of Sydney, galaxies, telescopes, astronomy  
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2012-10-31 11:15:31 PM
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ThrobblefootSpectre: jack21221: I have a degree in this stuff you condescending asshole.

Interesting.

jack21221: I can recommend some textbooks for you.

And I would recommend any basic high school science text for you.


Of course you would, because that's as far as you've gotten. You send me to wikipedia and high school texts, I send you to Carroll and Ostlie and Liddle. Liddle is a fairly easy read, and you can pick it up for 23 bucks on Amazon. I strongly recommend you read it.
2012-10-31 11:37:25 AM
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bdub77: That dark matter, slowly but surely stretching the universe out like a large, invisible dildo.


"A" galactic dildo...never, "your" galactic dildo.
2012-10-31 10:24:52 AM
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An average person sees something that that can't be explained based on their knowledge. Rather than assuming that perhaps their knowledge is incorrect they give credit to an invisible force that fills the universe and can not be detected in any manner. They call it God and they are called superstitious.

A scientist sees something that can't be explained based on their knowledge. Rather than assuming that perhaps their knowledge is incorrect they give credit to an invisible force that fills the universe and can not be detected in any manner. They call it dark matter and they get a prize.
 
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