Is Dark Matter the Key to Understanding the Pre-Visible Universe?

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Regarding the following statement:

"It would appear Dark matter and dark energy are what existed BEFORE the visible universe as we know it came into being. When you look at galaxies what you're seeing could be described as "displacements" in dark matter where ordinary matter formed and took shape. Referring to dark matter as "nothingness" would probably be more accurate."

Anyone think there could be some validity to that assertion?
 
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Nothingness is probably where this thread is headed. (i.e. the Black Hole that ingests threads like this)
 
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@Low Mass Star, that quote is just stringing words together . You would be better off studying some actual physics. For an excellent treatment of the early universe, I recommend "The First Three Minutes" by Weinberg.
 
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Borg said:
Nothingness is probably where this thread is headed. (i.e. the Black Hole that ingests threads like this)
what he said (very small).jpg
 
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Elvis has left the building. This thread will remain closed.
 
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