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Research on dwarf galaxies suggests they cannot form in the way they do if dark matter exists in the form that the most common model requires it to.
That may mean that the Large Hadron Collider will not be able to spot it.
Leading cosmologist Carlos Frenk spoke of the "disturbing" developments at the British Science Festival in Bradford.
Prof Carlos Frenk at Durham University, working with the Virgo Consortium, now has data suggesting that our understanding of the formation and composition of the Universe is incomplete.
Originally posted by Calex1987
somebody gonna be really pissed off when they get into work this morning to realize that what they were trying to achieve may not even be possible time to rebuild the machine!
Originally posted by UniverSoul
reply to post by waveydavey
dark matter is energy