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JPG:

--- Quote from: WhiteFireDragon on Wed, 20 February 2013, 22:05:49 ---Explain dark matter.

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It's just a HUGE amount of matter so dense thats it's own gravity makes it collapse on itself. It's like having the whole planet earth to fit in a single keycap. It cannot be seen, but can be perceived by the gravitationnal effect on surrounding elements (planets, stars, etc.)

tp4tissue:

--- Quote from: JPG on Wed, 20 February 2013, 22:13:03 ---
--- Quote from: WhiteFireDragon on Wed, 20 February 2013, 22:05:49 ---Explain dark matter.

--- End quote ---

It's just a HUGE amount of matter so dense thats it's own gravity makes it collapse on itself. It's like having the whole planet earth to fit in a single keycap. It cannot be seen, but can be perceived by the gravitationnal effect on surrounding elements (planets, stars, etc.)

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crazy theories,, Jesus accounts for 84% of the mass of the universe, not dark matter.

tjcaustin:

--- Quote from: tp4tissue on Wed, 20 February 2013, 22:58:10 ---
--- Quote from: JPG on Wed, 20 February 2013, 22:13:03 ---
--- Quote from: WhiteFireDragon on Wed, 20 February 2013, 22:05:49 ---Explain dark matter.

--- End quote ---

It's just a HUGE amount of matter so dense thats it's own gravity makes it collapse on itself. It's like having the whole planet earth to fit in a single keycap. It cannot be seen, but can be perceived by the gravitationnal effect on surrounding elements (planets, stars, etc.)

--- End quote ---

crazy theories,, Jesus accounts for 84% of the mass of the universe, not dark matter.

--- End quote ---

It's like you don't even try when you do this anymore...

tp4tissue:

--- Quote from: tjcaustin on Wed, 20 February 2013, 23:13:10 ---
--- Quote from: tp4tissue on Wed, 20 February 2013, 22:58:10 ---
--- Quote from: JPG on Wed, 20 February 2013, 22:13:03 ---
--- Quote from: WhiteFireDragon on Wed, 20 February 2013, 22:05:49 ---Explain dark matter.

--- End quote ---

It's just a HUGE amount of matter so dense thats it's own gravity makes it collapse on itself. It's like having the whole planet earth to fit in a single keycap. It cannot be seen, but can be perceived by the gravitationnal effect on surrounding elements (planets, stars, etc.)

--- End quote ---

crazy theories,, Jesus accounts for 84% of the mass of the universe, not dark matter.

--- End quote ---

It's like you don't even try when you do this anymore...



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some one has a broken sarcasm meter

tjcaustin:

--- Quote from: tp4tissue on Wed, 20 February 2013, 23:23:36 ---
--- Quote from: tjcaustin on Wed, 20 February 2013, 23:13:10 ---
--- Quote from: tp4tissue on Wed, 20 February 2013, 22:58:10 ---
--- Quote from: JPG on Wed, 20 February 2013, 22:13:03 ---
--- Quote from: WhiteFireDragon on Wed, 20 February 2013, 22:05:49 ---Explain dark matter.

--- End quote ---

It's just a HUGE amount of matter so dense thats it's own gravity makes it collapse on itself. It's like having the whole planet earth to fit in a single keycap. It cannot be seen, but can be perceived by the gravitationnal effect on surrounding elements (planets, stars, etc.)

--- End quote ---

crazy theories,, Jesus accounts for 84% of the mass of the universe, not dark matter.

--- End quote ---

It's like you don't even try when you do this anymore...



--- End quote ---

some one has a broken sarcasm meter

--- End quote ---

Over-active troll detector would be more accurate.  Pyramids are power.

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