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Does dark matter actually exist?


Scientists working at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are proposing a radical new theory about the nature of invisible, theoretical dark matter particles. The scientists have developed what they call a “stealth dark matter” model, which suggests that dark matter is composed of electrically charged particles and which are bound by a mysterious, unknown force.

However, today in our discussion with physicist Eugene Bagashov, we take a step backwards to ask a more fundamental question: Why should anyone assume that dark matter actually exists? 

Video courtesy of The Thunderbolts Project

Featured image: Artist's conception of the Milky Way galaxy. Credit: NASA


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