Comment of the Day: “The Mystery Lies in the Nature of Dark Matter”



"I wonder like other commentators if there is something missing about gravity as it's understood today. The first is the evolution of the Universe from a point that it took place too quickly on time scale, as if the force involved was too strong than anything we know today. Also, the dominance of dark matter over visible matter has been left unanswered as to how primordial matter got converted to visible baryonic and non-baryonic dark matter. The mystery lies in the nature of dark matter, what constitutes it? Then there is a larger question regarding homogeneity of space and time ever since the universe came into being, Big Bang wise or steady state wise."

Narendra Nath 

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