Does dark matter exist?
It's the most ubiquitous thing physicists have never found. For the astrophysicist and writer, Ramin Skibba, the time has come for scientists to take alternatives to dark matter seriously, arguing that in half a century no one has still managed to detect a single particle of it. Could it be possible that it doesn't even exist? Here, he explores for Aeon magazine.
From Aeon magazine