How does this dark matter singularity become that foggy patches shown in the NASA Hubble map ?
What am saying is that the dark matter that we see scattered is like nebulas (dust/gas) that we see scattered through the universe. But this scattered dust/gas we know can coalesce into planets and stars, correct? Same may be possible with dark matter under immense pressures. So that dark matter can be scattered but also clumped together into a "dark star" or "black ball" as I call it :).
@tio You replied to the wrong message again, haha. It didn't even tag me.
I wonder if its a bug in friendica or you just accidentally clicking the wrong reply button, this seems to happen from time to time. I don't know how it is in friendica, but if its a bug they gotta fix it soon.