Researchers Claim to Have Discovered a “Dark Matter Bridge” Between Galaxies

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This is the first image of what researchers say is a “dark matter bridge”:


Using a technique called “weak gravitational lensing,” University of Waterloo researchers believe they have created a composite of a dark matter bridge, proving for the first time that such bridges do actually exist.

“These results show that the dark matter filament bridge is strongest between systems less than 40 million light years apart, and confirms predictions that galaxies across the Universe are tied together through a cosmic web of the elusive substance,” Wired reports.

Here’s another version:


Astronomers have long thought some sort of dark matter filament existed which connected galaxies across space together, but they had nothing to show for their theory.

Now they say these images are finally iron-clad proof they were right and that dark matter bridges on some sort of “super web” superstructure that connects time and space really does exist.

“We still don’t know what dark matter is, but the fact that scientists were able to predict these filaments, and then actually find them, shows that we’re making progress understanding it,” Universe Today noted.

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  • Put up toll stations and lets make some money…

    • SP_88

      What if there’s a troll under the bridge?

      • How would you know where under is, in this case?

        • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

          I was about to say, “galactic north,’ but then remembered this is an intergalactic phenomenon.

          • Maybe it has a magnetic field, in which case it could have a magnetic north, if it isn’t a monopole.

        • SP_88

          Actually, I don’t know. I suppose it could be the opposite side from where I am. But that doesn’t really fit the description of “under”, does it?

          • Diametric would be a better word, not requiring an orientation dependent on gravity external to the object.

          • SP_88

            Perfect word. You must have a voluminous vocabulary.

          • I didn’t find that out until I was interviewing for admission to broadcasting school, and the vice president of the school was confused by the absence of any college attendance on my application. After I confirmed that I had never attended anything but votech after graduating high school, he asked if I read a lot. I told him that was dependent on what he called a lot.
            The trick is that I entered elementary school reading at the third grade level, with at least that vocabulary, because my mother and (8-year-older) sister read to me until I could read to them. I don’t remember learning to read, but I do remember unintentionally terrorizing my classmates. Because I had asthmatic orthodontic challenges, they moved me to a remedial speech class during reading time, because while could read, my speech was slurred. I couldn’t say three. Later, I browsed my mother’s RN textbooks, which I still have.

          • SP_88

            It’s great that you had family members who cared about you enough to take the time to read to you. That makes such a huge difference in someone’s life.
            It’s also great that you took the initiative to continue your pursuit of knowledge. It is a huge benefit to you that you can seek out the information you need or want. Being intelligent is good, but nobody knows everything. It’s the ability and the desire to learn more that is a real sign of intelligence. Knowing that you don’t know everything is what keeps you moving forward.
            Some people act as if they do know everything. And they don’t bother to try to learn more. They don’t think that they need to. These people are ignorant and closed minded, regardless of how intelligent they may be.
            I know that I don’t know everything. So I also read a lot. I am very humbled by the vastness of our existence. I enjoy learning new things. And many times I learn as much from reading the comments section as I did from the article. Other commenters like you will often have a good perspective on the subject, and I enjoy learning from you guys.
            Of course there are some who post comments that are so mind-numbingly stupid that I don’t even know how to respond. But such is life. What are you gonna do?
            Anyway, thank you for your response.

    • Fuck no. Travel should be free and open, not restricted by petty tolls.

      • It is as long as you own all of the property that you traverse.

        • Regardless of that, there is no way to successfully regulate the use of a toll without involving a corporation.

  • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    I wouldn’t say “ironclad proof,” but a good start.

    Let’s see this in a few years, after the continued improvement of resolution.

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  • Fascinating. I plan to delve into Astrophysics and find out what lies beyond the stars… 🙂

    • How do you know that anything does?

    • John

      More stars, but then again as you travel a sphere you will return to the spot you started..

  • John

    You have got to be kidding me, they have not even proved Dark Matter even exist now they are saying it connects galaxies…….The things they expect people to believe is astounding.

    • It is not Paranoia

      I’m glad I’m not the only one who finds this fucking stupid.

      But SCIENTISTS say so!! It must be true!!!1!!1!!1!!!!

      • John

        Yea, they think since they have a few letters added to there names and a piece of paper hanging on the wall then every thing they say is to be believed.

  • J.j. Cintia

    And unless you embrace higher taxes and unreliable energy these dark matter invisible bridges will break down under the strains of “White Privilege” and racism. Its sciency.