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originally posted by: wildespace
a reply to: chr0naut
Dark matter (if it exists) exerts gravity just like ordinary matter does. If the vast amounts of it were released from the Sun, the Sun would lose mass, which would be noticeable and measurable.
As for what would happen if dark matter collided with Earth or any other "normal" mass, now that's a whole different topic.
originally posted by: MuthaShipMutha
SOHO had just done it's bi-annual 180* rotation & the camera was still adjusting, usually taking about 12 hours, to the new position of the occultus disk.
originally posted by: MasterAtArms
regarding the title of the thread, no. Because you found the same data wired did (lol). If there was a cover up, you would not have found any data.
And anyway, nope, no dark matter expulsion's
originally posted by: Sapphire
a reply to: MuonToGluon
Thats the last time i read Wired Magazine.