Dark Matter

Feb 3rd, 2012
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Course: Biology
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Dark matter is a mysterious and unknown entity in our universe. Scientist today do not really know what is dark matter. Dark matter do not absorb light and are invisible. They made up about 28% of the universe. Dark matter is composed of microscopic black hole atoms that span the universe. Although these microscopic black holes are small, it weight about the size of the moon. For this reason, dark matter distort light and anything that gets near them.

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