I recently had some thoughts about the big "space" between electrons and the nuclei and how weird it would be if that space were truly "empty". This led me to try to understand exactly what was empty space and the more I thought about it, the more I began to think about dark matter. I know empty space and dark matter are very different especially in the sense that dark matter has gravitational properties and empty space does not. However, since I do not believe we can say for certain the size of dark matter, it would seem that the gravitational oddities in atoms may be a result of dark matter. I would love any feedback on this, especially those who can say, "Your wrong!" Haha.