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If not, why doesn't dark matter invade our atmosphere?
Victoria: IMHO the answer is kind of a yes and a no. People feel there's a lot more dark matter around than ordinary matter, as per the "dark matter pie":
I'm suddenly in the mood for burnt pie...
JP how do they think when they expect virtual particles to interfere with gravity? Isn't those outside Plancscale? And if it is so, they should be outside our arrow of time too, it seems to me? And if they do influence? How do they do it?