question of the weekend: What do you think is the secret behind all that dark matter out in the universe?
There was a headline this week on Phys.org that caught my eye: “Revolutionary theory of dark matter” -- I thought, Ooo, they’ve discovered it’s the elusive 110 percent dark chocolate!
There isn’t actually a definitive answer behind that headline. So chocolate could eventually be the answer!
What do you think is the secret behind all that dark matter out in the universe?
Is it the accumulated weight of all the socks that go missing from washing machines? Is it where politicians’ promises go after elections are over? Let’s get this solved!
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