From Nova Science Now on PBS (2008)
But does it have anything to do with a glow of radiation at the center of our galaxy?
|Dark Matter Detection?|
Audio Embed: CBC Radio's Quirks & Quarks 2/12/11,
Host: Bob McDonald.
A new study of gaseous galaxies provides evidence for dark matter theory's competitor, which suggests gravity is a changeable force.
Question: If so much of an explanation relies on speculations about the unseen and unprovable, at what point do you cross a boundary between science and superstition?