From Jeff Hecht at Nature:
Most of the Universe is missing. The motion of the stars and galaxies allows astronomers to weigh it, and when they do, they see a major discrepancy in cosmological accounting. For every gram of ordinary matter that emits and absorbs light, the Universe contains around five grams of matter that responds to gravity, but is invisible to light. Physicists call this stuff dark matter, and as the search to identify it is now in its fourth decade, things are starting to get a little desperate.More.
Actually, they are better off than the Darwinists. At last they realize they have a problem.
See also: Dark matter: Skeptics wanted
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