Evidence for Compact Dark Matter in Galactic Halos

@article{Abbas1999EvidenceFC,
  title={Evidence for Compact Dark Matter in Galactic Halos},
  author={Samar Abbas and Afsar Abbas and Shukadev Mohanty},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics},
  year={1999}
}
Clumped dark matter arises naturally within the framwork of generic cosmological dark matter models. Invoking the existence of dark matter clumps can also solve may unexplained mysteries in astrophysics and geology or geophysics, eg. the galactic gamma-ray halo and the periodic terrestrial flood basalt volcanic episodes. Clumped dark matter is dynamically stable to friction and will not heat the disk. Such clumps may have already been discovered in the form of dwarf spheroidals, and further… 

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