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Have researchers found dark matter at the bottom of a mine in Minnesota?

After six years of chasing elusive dark matter in the depths of northern Minnesota’s old Soudan mine, researchers report that they have detected two signals from what could be the mysterious particles believed to function as invisible glue that binds the universe.

If, indeed, the particles are dark matter, this would be a colossal finding, leading to a better understanding of everything from the origins of the universe to the forces that surround us here on Earth today.

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