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Dark Matter Day rocks SMU’s campus

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DALLAS -- On Halloween (excuse us) "International Dark Matter Day," SMU students hosted a public witch hunt to search for the unknown: dark matter.

"What we're doing is hiding 26 rocks that we have with the help of our society of physic students," explained SMU Physicist, Jodi Cooley.

What exactly is dark matter?

"Think about all the stuff there is in the universe," Cooley added. "What we can account for makes up only four to five percent of the universe. The rest of it is unknown. Turns out 26% of that unknown stuff is dark matter."

This universal  hide and seek also made it to the Twitter-verse:

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