Scientists are warning on the impact of a ‘dark matter hurricane’ on Earth

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The Universe has existed for approximately 13.7 billion years, but still has many mysteries that continue to amaze astronomers to this day.

From dark energy to cosmic rays and the uniqueness of our own solar system, there are all kinds of cosmic enigmas. And possibly one of the mysteries that causes the most confusion to the scientific community is dark matter.

It can not be seen. You can not feel. You can not hear, and you can not smell or taste. Even with the most sophisticated scientific equipment in the world, there is no direct proof that the hypothetical form of matter exists. But its existence is no longer in doubt, although there are still many questions to answer about dark matter.

However, in 2015 the physics of Harvard University Lisa Randall offered a really disturbing theory, that dark matter really killed dinosaurs 65 million years ago. Dr. Randall and her collaborators suggested that dark matter could ultimately (and indirectly) be responsible for the extinction of dinosaurs.

It is known that 66 million years ago, a large celestial body at least 10 kilometers wide fell to Earth from space and ended with the dinosaurs, along with three-quarters of the other species on the planet. Dr. Randall’s theory proposed that during the passage of the huge asteroid through the solar system, he found a disk of dark matter that changed his trajectory, directing him directly towards the cataclysmic impact. And now this event could happen again. Spanish scientists have warned that a hurricane of dark matter moves at high speed through the Milky Way and will impact the Earth in the near future, resulting in an apocalypse on our planet.

 

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THE “dark matter hurricane”

A team of scientists from the University of Zaragoza, Spain, have assured that an incredibly fast hurricane of dark matter will soon impact the Earth as it advances through the Milky Way.

According to calculations made by astronomers, this dark matter hurricane apparently travels at a speed of more than 500 kilometers per second and is now widely considered one of the most turbulent space events that have been seen in the solar system.

In any case, specialists have effectively clarified that in the first place, it ought not make any damage our planet. Truth be told, examining this dim issue typhoon could enable researchers to take in more about the most baffling particles in the Universe.

It ought to likewise be borne as a main priority that we won’t have the capacity to see or feel this tropical storm of dull issue when it hits the Earth, yet the potential outcomes of an immediate identification of dim issue will be all the more amid this spatial occasion.