Main Question or Discussion Point
The existence of dark matter was inferred in studies of the unaccountable behavior in the rotation of observable matter in distant galaxies. Dark Matter is ubiquitous. Does this imply that Dark Matter is uniformly distributed locally with respect to us, since we cannot detect any influence of Dark Matter in the motion of objects on earth and the motions of the planets in our solar system? Also does this imply that Dark Matter is not uniformly distributed in distant galaxies? Does this make sense?