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Dark Matter Theory

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Dark matter is a non luminous component of the cosmos. Yet,
that can be detected or identified for its existence through the
gravitational force. The gravity on the light emitting components
that pass by proves the presence of this dark matter. The
concept of black holes can be better understood too, in the
same manner if there is a definite and concrete answer to this
question of dark matter or dark energy. 96% of the universe
constitutes the dark energy and the dark matter. Understanding
the behavior of the dark energy and dark matter becomes a
crucial need in that way. Significant findings in this subject are
of global importance today. That can bring in revolutionary
changes and seed for new and advanced technologies to come
in the near future.

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