posted on Sep, 10 2010 @ 06:43 PM
A month ago, I went to an observatory in California and this woman was giving a speech there about space, and the subject of dark matter came up. When
she was taking questions, I asked her if she thought it was possible that dark matter is really just matter in other dimensions or vibrations and
that's why we can't detect it. She said, "it's not possible to me", but from what I could tell, she was not dismissing it in a logical way but in
a dogmatic way, and if I spoke to her in private, I have a feeling I would get a different answer.
What do you think? What if dark matter is really just matter in other dimensions or matter that's made out of totally different material?