• Scientists: 80% of the
universe is dark matter
Everyone: ok so what's dark matter?
Scientists:
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    • Fun fact, we actually have a solid candidate for what it is now! We believe it to be made of D-Star Hexaquarks in a boson-einstein condensate, which is a lot of terminology for something not too complicated to explain. I wrote my term paper on it and can say more if anyone is interested
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    • Isn’t dark matter what the United States is having protests for?
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    • Shouldn't only 13% of the universe be dark matter
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    • dark matter is the camo u inlock on black ops 4
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    • Dark matter is one of the funniest conclusions of astronomy to me, oh our models don’t seem to match real world data, well there must be some kind of undiscovered matter that makes our models perfect! This is satirical, people a lot smarter than I study it so I trust it exists... but the logic...
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    • Haha feelin crazy tonite 🤪😏. Might just paralyze myself with the terrifying realization of how little we know about some of the most fundamental aspects of our universe and that we will likely never live long enough to see these secrets unlocked. haha idk... 😳😝
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    • In short, there is more dark matter than regular matter, but we have no idea what it does. We thought it was supposed to cancel out regular matter, but seeing as we exist that can't be right
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    • I'm upset that so few people know about evil Tommy
      t_zuki 21 jun
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    • Canada 21 jun
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    • Introducing: the dark matter experts of iFunny
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    • This kinda shit actually scares me. The fact that we still have no idea what the fuck is actually in our universe
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    • Does it matter
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    • The last 40 years of study in physics has been a useless dive down a rabbit hole of unprovable theory stacked on top of unprovable theory
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    • More recent studies found that dark energy makes up 68% of the universe, dark matter makes up 27% and regular matter only makes up 5% of the universe. Both dark matter and dark energy cannot be detected through any regular means as of what we know; however, we know of its existence because of—
      jrygame 21 jun
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    • Ohio knows. And we aren't telling. This power is ours. Soon you will all know. Soon.
      _ohio_ 21 jun
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    • Dark matter is the souls of every creature that has ever died in the entire universe, waiting in limbo to be reincarnated as something somewhere in the vastness of outer space.
      Xeshi 21 jun
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    • This is it. This is what 80% of the physics department agonizes over at my Uni. Everyone else worries over atomic physics. They are all old men dying from the stress the unknown brings them.
      emiwemmy 21 jun
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    • Power Rangers
      PorkSword 21 jun
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    • Everyone here talking like they know something, saying it's the opposite of normal matter and a bunch of other bs. You all need to look up quark matter because that's what dark matter is. Not some magical substance
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    • Dark matter is the camo in that call of duty thing
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    • "Just uh...stuff. Yeah stuff! That's it. Dark stuff that pushes other stuff around."
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    • Me tryna figure out what the heck dark matter is:
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    • Bro I got dark matter in Black Ops 4 XD.
      Prezz_ 21 jun
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    • My thoughts on dark matter is that it's a necessary existential material in case there are tears with the space-time continuum. We don't know how it works exactly, but the role of it is to be a placeholder until matter of the equal mass has replaced the problem the dark matter is covering. (Cont.)
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    • You can use it to make portal guns from Rick and morty
      lazercorn 23 jun
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    • Scientists can't prove dark matter is even real. It's just a quasi-explanation for how galaxies can hold together. Basically the same way dark energy is just a quasi-explanation for why space expands.
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    • Fun fact dark matter makes up roughly 13% of the population but is responsible for 50% of all violent crimes
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    • Dark matter is that one super cool camo in black ops
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    • Everyone here dissing the scientific method like it hasn’t been used for every other bit of information we know up to this point
      TheScoot 21 jun
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    • Dark matter is matter we can't see
      ashtr44y 24 jun
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    • It’s science stuff
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    • Dark matter sounds like a solution to fix an incorrect math problem. Our math is off by 78% that means that 78% of the universe is made of something we can't detect. If anyone would like to hear alternate theories that don't need something that is undetectable to explain how the universe coalesced
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    • Or maybe their math was off and they didnt wanna seem wrong or go through the trouble of finding a working theory to solve the problem so they just made some bs dark matter stuff up to account for their miscalculation.
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    • Isn’t that the name of that anti racism group or whatever
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    • Dark matter is what happens when America gets their shit straight
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    • Isn’t it actually like 95%
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    • Nothing what’s the matter with you
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    • 80% of the universe
      luhFella 21 jun
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    • Dark matter antimatter and matter are 3 separate things. Dark matter is fundamentally unobservable but we know it has to exist because of its impact on the movement of celestial bodies. Basically there should be more mass than there seems to be based on current and future trajectories
      Naspvida 21 jun
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    • Matter is it’s word but you can say matta
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    • That sick camo from Black Ops 3
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    • In short scientists dont know what the fuck is majority of the universe and cant prove or measure it and has no observable particles so the came up with the term dark matter
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    • Dark matter is the opposite of matter, they do this thing where one dark matter and one matter track eachother down and recombine, causing what I would assume is a small explosion, but obviously, a lot more matter was made than dark matter because well, theres universes, things, tangible things.
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    • I immediately disbelief any headline that has the vague bullshit of “scientists say” or “scientists discover” or “scientists working on”. Give a fucking source instead of that bullshit.
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    • What’s the formula for concentrated dark matter?
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    • It’s theorized to not even interact with photons so you can’t really blame them for not having it entirely figured out ywt
      Ablersh 21 jun
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    • First person to answer that will definitely get a Nobel
      DrZwicky 21 jun
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    • Dark matter matters. Despite making up more than 80% of all the universe it still is unnoticed
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    • It’s a placeholder name.
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    • Dark matter actually only makes up about 27% of the universe while dark energy makes up around 68% of the universe leaving the rest as the matter we can see and interact with
      jcfr2000 21 jun
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    • I believe dark matter is a blanket term for undiscovered elements in the universe. Correct me if im wrong I want to know more
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    • Sounds like bullshit to me.
      bhaald 20 jun
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    • Dark matter lives matter!
      Reported 22 jun
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    • Need this without captions.
      Pear885 22 jun
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    • isnt it niblers shit from futurama?
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    • Dark matter is what space is made of.
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    • Better than religion
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    • I WAS BORN FROM DARK MATTER, MOLDED BY IT, RAISED BY IT.
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    • Oh fuck! Kirby been sleeping on the job
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    • Dark matter is that shit they put in brown Listerine
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    • Space isn't real.
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    • Isn't dark matter just matter that doesn't emit light and so can't be observed with telescopes?
      dandjman 21 jun
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    • Nibblonian fecal matter we covered this in 2000
      Mythbuff 21 jun
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    • It's like... Vacuum or something, like, it's actually nothing.
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    • Is there light matter?
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    • Everyone about to pull out their physics degrees
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    • Physicists are dumb. Theyre little experiments only work in hypothetical situations or in highly controlled experiments
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    • "Trust us guys, you cant see it but most of the universe is dark matter." "Of course theres no god. We haven't seen him yet!"
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    • If the universe is constantly expanding then how can you quantify percentages of it's makeup
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    • Good thing I don't fall for things like this. We all know who made the universe.
      crapymud 21 jun
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    • Sounds like some communist propaganda to me.
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      GuitarBending 21 jun
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    • It’s basically just theoretical but not at all because it’s used to supliment the missing mass to explain how things are moving in the universe
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    • So basically scientists jus dont know what 80% of our universe is
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    • That's Sentai footage.
      Japachai 24 jun
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    • If you can’t explain a complex subject in simple terms, you don’t understand it yourself.
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    • Shit I got dark matter on call of duty
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    • We know it's s o m e t h i n g.
      CQChase 24 jun
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    • Science need to stop acting like they know. They know nothing.
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    • Best gif I've seen in a while, thanks!
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    • Power rangers who cares 👐🏻😂🤣
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    • Dark matter is the thing 80% of the universe is made up of, duh
      Draeg 24 jun
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    • uh oh certified scientists now in the comments
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    • Dark Matter is the evil doppleganger of yourself in the netherverse
      WayAway 24 jun
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    • Matt_the_rain you're epic
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    • Soo true
      crispers 24 jun
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    • According to my grandfather each instant of the universe is collapsed and reformed in a quantized manner following a wave pattern. He said dark matter was just normal matter that had reformed during the time our side of the wave was collapsing. Hence why we would perceive only the gravity.
      Etherax 24 jun
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    • Dark matter is code for "we made it up and you dumbasses are buying our bullshit. Ha ha ha"
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    • 80% of infinity is darkmatter? How do you know?
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    • Video with no sound lmao
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    • Even if Earth overpopulates, you can count me out with space travels.
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    • SpunkBoi_ 23 jun
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    • Just because you can measure it doesn't mean you know anything about it.
      Daveri 23 jun
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    • Simple dark matter is dark matter
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    • Apparently dark matter doesn’t matter.
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    • Black people
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