So, I read a book on dark matter (Dark Matter and the Dinosaurs) 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.
Don’t take this too seriously. Just having a little fun.
God & Dark Matter
Our galaxy is spinning like a pinwheel. What keeps all those stars from flying off into intergalactic space?
Scientist: Dark matter
Where is God?
Where is dark matter?
Can we see God?
Priest: No, but we know He’s there.
Can we see dark matter?
Scientist: No, but we know it’s there.
Can we touch God?
Can we touch dark matter?
Is God here now?
Priest: God is in us and all around us.
Is dark matter here now?
Scientist: Dark matter is in us and all around us.
So God hasn’t normal flesh.
So dark matter isn’t normal matter.
Where did God come from?
Priest: It’s a mystery.
Where did dark matter come from?
Scientist: It’s a mystery.
How do we know God exists?
Priest: Without him the galaxies would fly apart.
How do we know dark matter exists?
Scientist: Without it the galaxies would fly apart.