First of all, this post is NOT about Religion/Spirituality. It's about SCIENCE and since I don't know where on this site there are any threads specifically dealing with SCIENCE (not specifically technology) here it is in this Open Forum. Some will say that what I am about to share is the same as "Dark Matter" and I'n not sure if that is true because some people typically discuss "Dark Matter" in a spiritual context, often having to do with ritualistic aspects. From a SCIENTIFIC standpoint, "Over 80% of the mass of the universe emits no light: this is known as black matter whose characteristics and distribution within the universe are still poorly understood. Galaxy clusters are the largest stable structures in the universe and true "laboratories" for studying relationships between ordinary matter: galaxies, stars, intergalactic gasses and this mysterious black matter." This comes for a 1993 press releaseafter a team of astronomers mapped out the distribution of black matter in a galaxy cluster using the Hubble space telescope. As it states, "Over 80% of the mass of the universe emits no light:this is known as black matter" Question: If over 80% of the mass of the universe is black matter then what does that make us?