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R.R. Book

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Dark Matter Storm Approaching
« on: November 26, 2018, 08:42:34 AM »
Earlier this week, CNN featured a physicist from the Fermi lab near Chicago reporting that the European Space Agency's Gaia space telescope has made an important observation: Not only are 100 stars heading toward our solar system (as if it weren't already becoming crowded enough here lately), but they are accompanied by a "Dark Matter Storm."

While Wikipedia documents that Dark Matter is still hypothetical, a seemingly growing number of physicists commenting in the media have been factoring its existence into their equations lately.

Per Wiki:

Dark matter is a hypothetical form of matter that is thought to account for approximately 85% of the matter in the universe, and about a quarter of its total energy density.

So apparently Dark Matter, or non-luminous matter, is as commonplace in the universe as junk DNA is in our genome, and comprises a similar proportion.  The problem is that it has never been directly observed, and is only inferred to exist because it would explain some things about space that can't otherwise be explained. 

So, since we can't see the oncoming Dark Matter Storm, do we have any idea of what to expect from it, in terms of potential damage to our neck of the woods, if any? 

NASA's idea of what Dark Matter might look like if we could see it.
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