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Home > Articles > Other Articles > Other > The Visible Matter – Dark Matter Coupling Problem

The Visible Matter – Dark Matter Coupling Problem
By David Russell - 8/28/2013

In the current model of the Universe favored by most cosmologists the composition of the Universe is ~4.5% visible (baryonic) matter, 22.7% non-baryonic dark matter, and 72.8% dark energy...

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