If the big bang and the dark matter weren’t already mysterious, here’s another study that wants to explain how dark matter came about.
Research from Johns Hopkins University says the dark matter may have existed before the Big Bang. And if it already existed and consisted of particles that already existed before the Big Bang, they could have influenced the distribution of galaxies in the sky. And this relationship can help you learn more about dark matter and the big bang.
Although not much is known about the origin of dark matter, it is clear that it has significantly influenced the formation of galaxies. Scientists know little about the dark matter itself, and although they haven’t seen it yet, they are sure that it has a gravitational effect. For a long time, they thought it was material left after the Big Bang. If this were indeed the case during particle physics experiments, researchers would have already seen some sign of it, but they have not been successful so far.