Newest super-sensitive test failed to catch a Dark Matter particle. Why?
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09-08-2016, 12:49 PM
Information Newest super-sensitive test failed to catch a Dark Matter particle. Why?
A wormhole (or anomalous area around galaxies) is just curved space. The space can be found curved without curving it matter. Just like some thing is flat, some isn't. This perfectly explains the lack of Dark Matter particles in the Earth super-sensitive detectors: Dark Matter is not matter.

Newest super-sensitive test failed to catch a Dark Matter particle. Why? - ResearchGate. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/post [accessed Aug 9, 2016].
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09-08-2016, 12:56 PM
RE: Newest super-sensitive test failed to catch a Dark Matter particle. Why?
(09-08-2016 12:49 PM)theBorg Wrote:  (or anomalous area around galaxies) [accessed Aug 9, 2016].

What do you mean by "an anomalous area around galaxies?" Wormholes haven't been confirmed to exist yet in any sense.
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09-08-2016, 01:03 PM
RE: Newest super-sensitive test failed to catch a Dark Matter particle. Why?
(09-08-2016 12:56 PM)GenesisNemesis Wrote:  What do you mean by "an anomalous area around galaxies?"
Have you seen drawings of Dark Matter halo around a galaxy? The official Science (the one, which gives the Nobel Prizes) does not know, what Dark Matter is. The "DM" is just the label. Thus, the area of Dark Matter is the anomaly.
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