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    I've had a question that's been driving me insane for weeks. I was looking at several physics theories after my honors math homework when I made a connection between two of them. They said that dark matter keeps expanding our universe and that if you took a piece of an object that it will be in the shape of the host object (or something like this), so does that mean our universe will always be the same figure.


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    If you mean look the same no because things are constantly changing positions.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew McMahon View Post
    I've had a question that's been driving me insane for weeks. I was looking at several physics theories after my honors math homework when I made a connection between two of them. They said that dark matter keeps expanding our universe and that if you took a piece of an object that it will be in the shape of the host object (or something like this), so does that mean our universe will always be the same figure.
    I doubt if they said dark matter keeps expanding our universe. More likely they said dark energy, and the rest of what you said doesn't make any sense to me. Dark matter has gravity and is what scientists think holds galaxies together. They also think it's responsible for the structure of our universe, the way galaxies clump together in clusters and super clusters with large voids in between them.
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