Is it possible for a galaxy to completely die off? You know.. like stars do. I was reading a thread on this forum located
here and I started thinking is it possible for a galaxy to die off? And if it is then
could this be the dark matter in the Universe that scientists are trying to explain?
There has got to be more to dark matter than that because it is also necessary to explain what it is that galaxies carry along that avoids their
disintegrating. Without it they would fly apart. Dark matter could be nothing more than numberless dead STARS --spent stars, dark hulks that we
can't see because they are dark objects on a dark background.
How is dark matter recorded and seen? This is hard to find out right now.
The study of dark matter will change the world forever..and perhaps religion. This is so amazing to see galaxies with a ground like negative pressure
that gravitates but emits no light at all. If spectrescopes can pick up dark matter now, then astronomy will be changed forever. This is huge.
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