So, I read a book on dark matter and realized at the end I didn't understand any more than I had at the beginning. I felt like I was back in Catechism class at Our Lady Queen of Peace grammar school, trying to get a straight answer.
Our galaxy is spinning like a pinwheel, so what keeps all those stars from flying off into intergalactic space?
Priest Scientist God. Dark matter.
Where is God? Where is dark matter?
Priest Scientist Everywhere. Everywhere.
Can we see God? Can we see dark matter?
Priest Scientist No. But we know Heís there. No. But we know itís there.
Can we touch God? Can we touch dark matter?
Priest Scientist No. No.
Is God here now? Is dark matter here now?
Priest Scientist God is in us and all around us. Dark matter is in us and all around us.
So God hasnít normal flesh. So dark matter isnít normal matter.
Priest Scientist Correct. Correct.
How do we know God exists? How do we know dark matter exists?
Priest Scientist He holds the universe together It holds the universe together
Where did God come from? Where did dark matter come from?
Priest Scientist Itís a mystery Itís a mystery