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September 01, 2016
Link Between Primordial Black Holes and Dark Matter
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Dark matter is a mysterious substance composing most of the material universe, now widely thought to be some form of massive exotic particle. An intriguing alternative view is that dark matter is made of black holes formed during the first second of our universe's existence, known as primordial black holes. Now a scientist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, suggests that this interpretation aligns with our knowledge of cosmic infrared and X-ray background glows and may explain ... read more

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New approach to determining how atoms are arranged in materials
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Nuclear puzzle may be clue to fifth force
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New material discovery allows study of elusive Weyl fermion
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New study confirms possibility of fifth force of nature
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Much ado about nothing: Astronomers use empty space to study the universe
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A Black Hole Story Told by a Cosmic Blob and Bubble
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Cosmic blob and bubble tell story of supermassive black hole
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