Half of the universe’s ‘missing matter’ is finally found: Elusive particles link pairs of galaxies through filaments of hot gas

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Daily Mail
October 11, 2017

The elusive ‘missing’ half of the universe’s observable matter has been found by two teams of astronomers in a world first. 

Scientists think the universe is made up of regular matter, dark matter and dark energy – though experts are yet to detect the latter two.

Models of space claim there should be twice as much regular matter – made up of protons, electrons and neutrons – in space as previous observations have found.

This missing matter has now finally been found, and experts say it’s made of particles called baryons linking galaxies together through filaments of hot gas.

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This article was posted: Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 7:48 am






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  • C101

    Hot gas among other Comic matter that mankind as yet discovered.

  • Tom

    “Models of space claim there should be twice as much regular matter –
    made up of protons, electrons and neutrons – in space as previous
    observations have found.”

    This is only a problem in Gravitational Universe Theory, which ignores the effects of electromagnetism, which is 10 to the 39th power stronger than gravity. Do you see a problem here? Gravity was easy to “discover” because we could see and measure its effects at a time when we were barely aware of electricity. Now several centuries later when electricity is a mature science in most fields it is still ignored by mainstream cosmology and astronomy, making them look increasingly foolish to people who are following the rapid discoveries in Electric Universe Theory. The “filaments of hot gas” are Birkeland Currents in glow-mode plasma, the tell-tale imprint of unimaginably vast electric currents connecting all stars and galaxies in the Universe. Start following this exciting new science at The Thunderbolts Project, the umbrella organization for Electric Universe scientists around the world.

  • Skeptic

    Physics will never solve the big questions until they incorporate Metaphysics