"http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/05/080520152013.htm" [Broken] ... I read this article and I have a few questions for the experts. Wouldn't this change the 4-6% atoms, 25-28% DM, 70x% DE model of cosmology? .. or are the some how including the "web" matter in this? If it does in fact change the "accepted" breakdown of the universe, wouldn't this be a huge find? I know in the article it states this is not to be confused with dark matter, but wouldn't this "web" then also extend though out the internal structure of a given galaxy? .. and play a part in the additional gravity that galaxies need? .. or maybe I'm just confused .. .. or will this be refuted in a few weeks / months..?