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A new study rules out black holes as explanation for the universe's missing dark matter
by Chris Mahon
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3 October 2018
On 3 October 2018 Outer Places reported:
A new discovery has destroyed astronomers' hopes of accounting for what it is or how it's connected to the observable universe. The theory was that dark matter (which is estimated to make up 84 percent of the universe's matter) was contained in a huge number of previously invisible black holes scattered across the universe. However, based on a new study from the University of California, Berkeley, these huge numbers of black holes don't exist, nor do their hidden repositories of dark matter.
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