Physics / Astronomy

If there is no dark matter, in order to explain our observations, our concepts of an important building
block of the universe have to be incorrect. What is that building block and why do Astronomers
overwhelmingly favor dark matter, which they cannot see, to explain our observations, rather than the
building block being incorrect?

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