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What is dark matter?

An incomprehensible substance evenly scattered throughout the Universe, or is it the border of the Universe behind the Oort cloud, from where the sunlight is simply not reflected?
Astronomers Use New Data to Create Extraordinary Dark Matter Map

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The distance to the most distant galaxy is supposedly 13.4 billion light years. This means that the light travels all the distance without hindrance. This is supposedly a straight line, along which there are no objects: stars, galaxies, nebulae, dust, gas - nothing blocking light in a straight line 13.4 billion light years long ... This is hardly possible.

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10 minutes ago, AlexandrKushnirtshuk said:

The distance to the most distant galaxy is supposedly 13.4 billion light years. This means that the light travels all the distance without hindrance. This is supposedly a straight line, along which there are no objects: stars, galaxies, nebulae, dust, gas - nothing blocking light in a straight line 13.4 billion light years long ... This is hardly possible.

May I ask for some kind of scientific evidence for this idea? 

10 minutes ago, AlexandrKushnirtshuk said:

The information available at the link does not support that the universe should have a size considerably deviating from what established mainstream models predicts.

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51 minutes ago, AlexandrKushnirtshuk said:

What is dark matter?

An incomprehensible substance evenly scattered throughout the Universe, or is it the border of the Universe behind the Oort cloud, from where the sunlight is simply not reflected?
Astronomers Use New Data to Create Extraordinary Dark Matter Map

Astronomers-Create-Unprecedentedly-Wide-

The distance to the most distant galaxy is supposedly 13.4 billion light years. This means that the light travels all the distance without hindrance. This is supposedly a straight line, along which there are no objects: stars, galaxies, nebulae, dust, gas - nothing blocking light in a straight line 13.4 billion light years long ... This is hardly possible.

I don't think anyone says dark matter is incomprehensible. In fact there is a fair amount of work going on to enable us to comprehend it. It seems to be an unknown form of matter, but that doesn't make it incomprehensible. 

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I'm not going to let you waste valuable time with such a poorly misinformed and presented opening post. You can try again if you can support your ideas, but if they're non-mainstream, PLEASE start the thread in Speculations. Asking questions is a very good way to learn, but not if your questions are just a preamble to your WAGs.

 
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