Everything You Need To Know About Dark Matter: Is It To Be Blamed For Dinosaurs' Extinction?

When it comes to physics and cosmology, dark matter is probably one of the most intensely studied topics. America's renowned "superstar scientist" Dr. Lisa Randall has recently been put to the limelight for her discovery and radical theory of dark matter; which she believes as the reason for the total wipeout of the dinosaurs.

Dr. Lisa Randall And Her Propositions

According to reports released by News, it was also found that Dr. Randall has allegedly developed a number of groundbreaking theories that discusses extra dimensions commonly known as the five dimensional warped geometry theory. Furthermore, the accomplished theoretical physicist has also proposed a new and intriguing hypothesis about dark matter claiming it as the reason why dinosaurs have been totally wiped out. Randall was also said to have discovered that humans should put on hold their plan in colonizing Mars until further studies has been conducted on the Australian outback.

About The Dark Matter Killing Dinosaurs

In one of her statements released by ABC, Dr. Randall has also found that sixty-six million years ago, a giant meteorite about 10-15 kilometers in size has reportedly came to Earth. Consequently, this meteorite has been apparently seen as the reason as to why almost three quarters of the species on the planet including the dinosaurs have been extinct.

Furthermore, in Randall's critically acclaimed book "Dark Matter and the Dinosaurs", it was said that she has explored both the cosmos and the demise of the dinosaurs, which, in turn, shows the association of how the two could potentially be linked with each other.

As of the present time, the rapid clumping of dark matter in the primordial universe has been considered as the fundamentals of ordinary matter in order for them to gather together gravitationally into the ordered cosmos that we see today.

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