Could Earth be constantly crashing through dark matter?

01/21/2013 | New Scientist

Scientists are looking to new techniques to search for evidence that the Earth is constantly breaking through walls of dark matter. Researchers are acting on a theory that dark matter, made up of weakly interacting massive particles, are tied up in domain walls, which they liken to boundaries between the matter. So far, no evidence of such a wall has been found due to common outside interference, but researchers remain optimistic.

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