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originally posted by: moebius
Personally I quite liked the black holes as dark matter idea because of its simplicity.
So it must be something else, some new physics, new particles.
originally posted by: EmmanuelGoldstein
a reply to: moebius
Perhaps it takes too much energy to create the complete and fully operating physics in areas that we are currently not in.
When we measure these from a distance using our various observation devices, perhaps we just see the "animation" and that animation is just rendering the visual graphics and not the complete and fully operating physics app.
It might just be too draining on the Master CPU, who knows.
Gravity is set to somepoint below our "universe plane" and dark matter is like bundled up and used terrabytes of dead gravity scripts.
In essense, I guess I'm trying to say that dark matter creates a lot of lag so they only run the full physics package where they need to.