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The Universe’s highest-energy light could finally yield clues to the nature of the “dark matter” that makes up some 85% of the Universe’s mass. The Fermi space telescope, designed to catch gamma rays, has seen hints of evidence for dark matter in high-energy gamma rays seen at the galaxy’s centre. [1]

The search for Dark Matter has “just” begun.

_52663637_52663635But as Dr. Finkbeiner says, “one must try to be as sceptical as possible, especially about the things he wants to be true”…

Science: NOT explaining. Being: NO reason.

Let’s just hope that all scientists in the search of the elusive “Dark Matter” remember that for the years to come…