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No, you won't find it, because dark matter doesn't exist. If you use relativity rather than classical mechanics to evaluate the motion of stars in a galaxy, as they orbit the galactic core, you find that you don't need dark matter to explain anything.
"Hey, guess what? 90% of the universe is almost completely undetectable!" No.
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I do not normally link to the New York Times because it is a bastion of communism and political correctness, but here they actually print an editorial, finally, with some common fucking sense in it: a call to build nuclear reactors as a way of supplying our energy needs.
Of course it does so under the guise of preventing carbon emissions, but at least it's a step in the right direction. I don't care why we switch to nuclear generation as long as we do it, so we can stop depending on fossil fuels for our energy needs.
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Well, I had three fairly nice days in a row at work, and I refuse to complain about that. The best part is that it's now Tue, Dec 1, and I don't have to worry about getting up at any specific time tomorrow.