Could Dark Matter Not Be a Particle at All?

Could Dark Matter Not Be a Particle at All?
Carnegie Institution of Washington via AP

Everything we've ever detected in the Universe, from matter to radiation, can be broken down into its smallest constituents. Everything in this world is made of atoms, which are made of nuclei and electrons, where nuclei themselves are made of quarks and gluons. Light itself is made of particles: photons.

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