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A Dark matter

  1. Jan 12, 2017 #1
    They say dark matter constitutes 73% of the universe.
    But, what if this wasn't like this?
    What if dark matter is not actually in our universe, but
    in parallel universes, whose forces are acting upon us
    but which we can't see due to them being in another
    (redundancy here) universe?
    Is it possible that dark matter is not necessarily a type
    of matter, but a force from other universes, and,
    there being infinite universes, they are far more
    present in ours, than other types of matter?
    I trust thee, people who actually know physics, to
    clarify this matter for me. Tell me if there is any
    reason why this wouldn't be possible. Thanks!
     
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