Dark Matter and Dark Energy Accounting for the Majority of the Universe, the Reason Scientists Can Measure Only 4% of the Universe, and the Reason Dark Matter and Dark Energy Cannot be Observed

Dark matter and dark energy account for 96% of the universe. Scientists only can measure 4% of the universe because that 4% obeys the laws of physics. Dark matter (which perhaps should be called dark gravity) and dark energy cannot be measured, seen, or reacted with (eg. light does not react with it) and therefore although scientists do not know what it is, they know it is there...

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