posted on Apr, 11 2013 @ 01:37 PM
e: New Scientist
THE HUNT for some of the most wanted stuff in the universe took a new twist this week with the first results from a high-profile, space-based dark
matter detector. The results are inconclusive, but, if combined with recent theory, they hint at something exciting. Could the universe have a dark
side, complete with its own force, a zoo of particles and even a shadow version of the Milky Way?
Light and dark, Good and evil.Yin and Yang, what go's around comes around..
This reminds me of Treks Mirror Mirror universe
Are their anti-humans in that dark matter.. creepier still what if they were exact opposites of ourselves both needing to be there to survive in the
Every piece of matter should have an opposite, Protons/Anti protons , electron - anti electron(Positron).
What if EVERYTHING had its opposite scaled up to suns , solar system, Galaxies and the whole universe itself..
They hinted recently that dark matter may have a more friendly role with normal matter than previously thought,
Dark matter and anti matter have always been portrayed as having catastrophic consequences if only the small amount touched the counterpart of normal
I don't think it would be a bad bet to assume that everything is in balance and needs to be in order to exist.
edit on 11/4/13 by
Quantum_Squirrel because: (no reason given)