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Could light or light photon's be the missing matter ( dark matter ) as it is everywhere incuding the vacuum of space between universes even.
- r winsor (age 50)
Your question is fundamental. The answer is no, according to most astrophysicists. One can observe the distribution of stars and galaxies and determine the basic constituents needed to duplicate the observed structure. According to the best guesses, dark matter should consist of massive (so far undiscovered) particles.
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(published on 10/26/2007)
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