We don’t Need no Stinkin’ Dark Matter
You’ve heard of dark matter, right? Some sort of exotic particle that lurks in the outskirts of galaxies.
Maybe you know the story of elusive dark matter. The first apparent home for dark matter was in clusters of galaxies, as Fritz Zwicky postulated for the Coma Cluster in the 1930s, due to the excessive galaxy random motions that he measured.
There have been eight decades of discovery and measurement of the gravitational…