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Dark Matter Particle is a Neutral Electron

@article{Puccini2017DarkMP,
  title={Dark Matter Particle is a Neutral Electron},
  author={A. Puccini},
  journal={viXra},
  year={2017}
}
Cosmological observations showed that the ordinary matter, or ordinary visible mass, is only  4% of the total mass of the Universe. Non observable mass, or missing mass, is  96% of the total mass, of which 23% is invisible matter, or Dark Matter (DM). Cosmological considerations seem to exclude that the DM is under the shape of a normal baryonic matter. Therefore, the Dark Matter Particle (DMP) very probably is a lepton particle. The DMP was formed in the first fractions of second after the… Expand
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