Dark Matter Exploration of Chinese satellite DAMPE

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"Why is indeed the question that underpins all physics.
There is an English saying "why has a long tail" (or should that be tale?)
If you answer one why, it always leads to another.
The answer at the end of the tail is always going to be "We don't know".
I suspect that we can delve into the mysteries of the universe for millions of years, and still find "we don't know" at the end of the tale."
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@ Woody:
The most horrible attitude might be to keep the dead rule for ever and reluctant to change the mind.
The most vivid archetype worldwide in 21th centry might be some of my former classmates in No.1 middle school of Xinhui (新会一中). Given without their connivance and even support, I think the local dark lord (江门地方黑恶势力钟永康) can not be so arrogant...
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I like to try to push one step forward even sometimes the "harmoneous tones" seems not so good.
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I think the down trend hints: at least the mass of the visible world is not infinite...
 
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Rabbit htam9876 @ neila9876:
I think that if you were in Omarha beach, you have at least 1 percent probability of survival. 呵呵
你江门地方黑恶势力钟永康及新会一中九一四班全世界打靶啦
 
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Rabbit htam9876@neila9876:
Dark matters are also matters. So they can emit light / energy too. And we can see them, so the light / energy they emitted can be called "dark energy"?
Neila9876@Rabbit htam9876:
poopoo...
 

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The idea of the possibility of links between Dark Energy and Dark Matter is very attractive,
and I have seen several articles about studies within in which this possibility was being very seriously explored,
however they all admit that no obvious evidence of any such link has yet been found, either experimentally or theoretically.
 
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Rabbit htam9876 @ Professor woodpecker:
There might be a bit confusing above, I think.
Since the terminology "dark energy" has been occupied by the "authentic hole" for other purpose, I should use another "eccentric" term: "dark light".
We can see "dark light", so I have no idea how to do such experiment...
Theory? Oh, I have deposited it in Mendeley...
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Neila9876 @ Rabbit htam9876:
You playboy, don't come causually to my thread and play...otherwise I will make you as dead as a Dodo.
 

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Rabbit htam9876 @ Professor woodpecker:
There might be a bit confusing above, I think.
Since the terminology "dark energy" has been occupied by the "authentic hole" for other purpose, I should use another "eccentric" term: "dark light".
We can see "dark light", so I have no idea how to do such experiment...
Theory? Oh, I have deposited it in Mendeley...
The term "Dark", when describing dark matter or dark energy, are just names for things that are unknown. Rotation curves of galaxies suggest that there's more mass than the one which is shining and can be observed by telescopes, so this "missing" mass is termed "dark matter". Supernova 1a distance measurements seem to suggest that the Universe is accelerating, which requires additional energy in inflationary cosmological models. This "missing" energy is called dark energy.

So, if you want different names, maybe consider "missing matter" or "missing energy"?

Also, dark matter cannot be seen... that's the point. If it's observable, it's no longer missing (when we observe it) and therefore not dark matter... if we observe some new component of matter that was previously not observed, the amount of dark matter gets reduced.

Neila9876 @ Rabbit htam9876:
You playboy, don't come causually to my thread and play...otherwise I will make you as dead as a Dodo.
That's mean...