I have a question, that I think is crazy though, the answer to my question may explain where dark matter is in the universe and why it is so difficult to find. It has been bugging me for sometime now but I don't know who to ask. So I am writing to find out, who can I ask?
posted by David Samuels
October 13, 2008
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