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Is the “D-star Hexaquark” the Dark Matter Particle?

11 Mar 2020, 20:35 UTC
Is the “D-star Hexaquark” the Dark Matter Particle? via Universe Today

Since the 1960s, astronomers have theorized that all the visible matter in the Universe (aka. baryonic or “luminous matter) constitutes just a small fraction of what’s actually there. In order for the predominant and time-tested theory of gravity to work (as defined by General Relativity), scientists have had to postulate that roughly 85% of the mass in the Universe consists of “Dark Matter”.

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