Dark Matter Explained — In this concluding segment, physicist Louis Del Monte describes the Standard Model of Particle Physics’ failure to predict the dark matter particle, the WIMP (i.e. weakly interactive massive particle), and science’s failure to detect it. Given the current situation, Del Monte suggest considering that dark matter may be a form of energy, and not a particle. Further, Del Monte suggest that the energy may be resident in one of the eleven dimensions of M-theory (i.e. membrane theory), and too small to detect. Del Monte proposes a “missing mass” experiment as a method to determine the nature of dark matter.

This subject is also fully discussed in Louis Del Monte’s new book, Unraveling the Universe’s Mysteries (available in paper back or as an eBook on Amazon http://amzn.to/Zo1TGn and Barnes & Noble http://bit.ly/RAv4FL).

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