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Dark Matter(s) Explained by PhD Comics

Baryonic or nonbaryonic dark matter? Honestly, I am not a physicist and even if I have a keen interest for the universe and particles, I am far from being ‘dark matter savvy’. Nevertheless, I read a lot about it and a few days ago I read on BoingBoing: Video comic about dark matter. And this video comic is the cleverest thing I have ever read on dark matter!

I thought I could mention it in my Sunday Roundup I will post tomorrow but I couldn’t resist to share this comic with you. Whether you are or not into the dark matter subject, you will enjoy this six-minute video explaining what we know and still don’t know about the fascinating dark matter. It’s done by Piled Higher and Deeper aka PhD Comics and it is excellent.

Click here to see the video!

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