Re: Missing Mass (was Re: Big Bang: How widely accepted?)

Etherman (rcote@The.Ether)
Thu, 14 Sep 1995 21:30:27 -0400

On Wed, 13 Sep 1995, SEAN TIMPA wrote:

> Try objects NOT emitting light at all. Some of the newer particle physics
> theories propose that neutirnos have a very small but non-zero mass, and that
> due to the insane numbers of them, could account for a very large proportion
> of the mass of the universe.

It's also possible that neutrinos have zero mass. Even if they do you
have still not shown that they make up the missing mass, if it exists.