Subject: Will Dark Energy ever replace Dark Matter? Is that even possible?
Date: Mon Oct 29 20:10:02 2007
Posted by Shawn
Grade level: undergrad
School: Empire State College
City: Rochester State/Province: NY
Area of science: Physics
I had read online that, as the universe expands more Dark Energy appears.
Where the opposite would be true, for Dark Matter, if the universe were
decreasing in size. Would it ever be possible for Dark Energy to eventually
replace all the Dark Matter in the Universe? Or is that not possible? Thanks,
Re: Will Dark Energy ever replace Dark Matter? Is that even possible?
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