Dark matter probably forms an incredible 80 percent of the mass in the universe. But this single fact is the extent of our knowledge of this mysterious, all-consuming element, which scientists are not sure what it is and how it happened. Now a groundbreaking study has revealed dark matter may be more unique than first thought, as its origin may actually have dated the beginning of the Universe – the Big Bang.
Dark objects are difficult to understand because they are not directly noticed.
Scientists have known dark matter that dominates ordinary objects in the universe more than five times.
This is because galaxies spin around their stars very fast. of physics says that these galaxies are separate.
For example, the Milky Way rotates so fast that it should contain 30 times darker matter than ordinary matter.
Tommi Tenkanen, a postdoctoral fellow in Physics and Astronomy at Johns Hopkins University and the author of the study, believes that he has found a new connection between physics and astronomy.
He states: "If d The arc object is composed of new particles born before the Big Bang, it affects the way galaxies are distributed in the sky in a unique way.
" This connection is can be used to present their identity and draw conclusions about the time before the Great Bang. ”
Pronounced findings contradict a long-assumed dark matter that is a remnant of the Big Bang. in 201
Mr. Tenkanen added: "If the dark matter is actually left over in the Big Bang, then in many cases researchers should have seen a direct signal of the dark that matters to other 'physics party experiments.'
Seismic studies illustrate how dark matter can be darkened before the Big Bang – the existing cosmological model for the observable Universe.
Dark matter can be born during cosmic inflation, if space-time exp anded at irreversible speed.
This expansion is thought to have led to the introduction of exotic particles such as the well-known Higgs boson.
Mr. Tenkanen added: "We do not know what dark matter is, but if it has anything on any scalar particles, it may be older than the Big Bang.  "In the proposed mathematical scenario, we do not need to assume new kinds of interactions between visible and dark matter beyond gravity, which we already know there. "a possible mathematical situation for the origins of dark matter.
And research can lead to a new method of analyzing theory by observing the signatures of dark matter leaving the distribution of matter in the Universe.