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Is Darkness Really Bad Or Evil: Scientists Say No!
A thought from the misconception of the unenlightened, but a correction by the methods of research, and exploration.
By: Holy Temple Of Knowledge Of Ra
"Science is a way of thinking much more than it is a body of knowledge." – Carl Sagan.
Since the time of the middle ages, many were taught that darkness was bad, not good, or even evil. But in the 20th, and 21st centuries, the scientific community have branched out in many studies involving darkness, light, matter, and subspace. Some of those researchers are Fritz Zwicky, Tera Rubin, Elena Aprile, and James Peebles. These researchers have revealed that without the darkness, dark light, and dark matter there would not be galaxies in existence today. A Paul Sutter of Universe Today on June 24th 2022, has reported that dark matter does matter for all living. Miss Tera Rubin, an astrophysicist, told of a dark halo that surrounds all galaxies, and can be detected by its effect on gravity. Some may say why was darkness taught to be bad or evil; is it the fact that darkness absorbs light? NASA's data response to questions revealed that black holes eat or absorb matter; even light. As of 2022, Merriam Webster defines darkness as: the total or near total absence of light; the quality of being dark in shade or color; the quality of being dark in complexion; a gloomy or depressed state or tone; EVIL, and lack of knowledge or enlightenment. Will this dictation ever be changed?
"Like we're here, and at the same time, in outer space. Which of course, we are. We're all untethered, all flying around in the dark, the same as Mars, and Venus, the same as the stars." - Maria Dahvana Headley
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