Gravity, physics, and the mysteries of dark data

August 27, 2015 Harvey Coblin
  Cosmologists and astrophysicists have long hypothesized about the existence of “dark matter,” a mysterious, invisible substance inferred by the gravitational behavior of the large-scale structure of the universe. While unseen by telescopes, dark matter may account for most of the total mass of the cosmos, and its presence explains such esoteric observances as the […]

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