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Half of the universe has been unknown until recently! (With Persian subtitles)

Believe it or not, until recently, half of the universe was unknown to us humans. We are not talking about dark matter or dark energy, the former making up 27% and the latter 68% of our universe and previously discovered by scientists.

We are talking about exactly the same 5% of ordinary matter that contains everything It is possible for the human eye or its tools to be able to recognize them. Of these 5 percent of matter, which is made up of protons and neutrons, scientifically called baryonic matter, only 2.5 percent have been discovered by humans. But where are the rest of us hiding? Do not miss to watch this fascinating video to get the answer.

[Persian subtitle of this video was prepared by "Amir Nikro", the author of BingMag Meg]


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