Physics

Invisible dark matter

Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can’t find any

Excerpt: “Over 80 percent of our matter is in this dark matter form. You and I are the flotsam and jetsam; dark matter is the sea,” Gaitskell said. “That’s why one doesn’t give up. We’ve got to figure out what this dark matter component is.”

When pressed, Gaitskell acknowledged the possibility, however slight and unlikely, that scientists are looking for something that isn’t there.

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