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Apr2-12, 01:14 PM
Why doesn't light interact with dark matter?
but ive read some where that neutrinos do .
even if it has to travel great lengths.
but probability tells me it could also happen twice in a short distance maybe
i read that if a neutrino were to go through lead it could go many light years in distance before actually doing so.if this is true then is this not still frequent in the grand size of things?
Neutrinos have nothing to do with dark matter.