Dark Galaxy found!? You know, I've always been secretly hoping that dark matter was an aberration of our observations or calculations, some value to be tweaked or some normalizing factor to be applied thing that was making galaxies turn faster than formulae predicted. I just couldn't believe that we are only observing 4% of the universe. But it seems that idea has been blown apart. They've discovered a Dark Galaxy. http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/050223_dark_galaxy.html" http://www.discover.com/issues/dec-05/cover/?page=2" It is completely invisible to light, it is only visible by its radio emissions. And even at that, only a tiny portion of it is visible even there. They can tell by its gravity that there's many, many times more mass in it than can be seen. Whatever the mass, it is completely undetectable directly. This is a galaxy that contains no (zero) stars. Incredible. Stranger than fiction.