95 per cent of universe may be strange ‘dark fluid’ which moves towards you as you push it away, says Oxford University


The universe may be filled with a mysterious ‘dark fluid’ which was predicted by Einstein more than 100 years ago, Oxford University scientists believe.

In 1917, Einstein suggested that the vacuum of space must contain sufficient energy to balance out the effects of gravity, which he dubbed the ‘cosmological constant’ but by 1931 he had dismissed the idea as his ‘greatest ever blunder.’

Since the late 90s scientists have believed that a combination of invisible dark matter and dark energy makes up 95 per cent of the universe, keeping galaxies together, but have failed to find any direct evidence of either.

Now scientists at Oxford believe they have found a solution. In a new paper, they suggest…

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