|Date:||23 Mar 2006 13:44:33 -0800|
Is there a strong reason to believe dark matter is not simply sub-solar-mass debris? It seems obvious to me that planets can form without stars, and we generally observe that small stars are more plentiful than large ones, and similarly small planets more numerous than large ones.
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