Hints of dark matter at the bottom of a mine - Hawaii News

An international team of physicists working in the bottom of an old iron mine in Minnesota said yesterday that they might have registered the first faint hints of a ghostly sea of subatomic particles known as dark matter long thought to permeate the cosmos. Full Story
rtkona

Honolulu, HI

#1 Dec 18, 2009
I just hope we are not paying for any of this. We can't afford to pay State employees and deliver services, and the Star Bulletin feels we need to know this?

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