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jimjohnson
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Jan27-12, 03:01 PM
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[QUOTE=Nabeshin;3729610] Even if it were the case that the observed visual matter were able to account for the majority of the baryonic mass of the universe (which, as it has been pointed out, by almost all estimates cannot)
Do not understand this comment. The analysis showed that depending on the selected value of mass for a star, dark matter could be zero since matter would then exceed the total for both. What am I missing?