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Might be a good time to donate...
"PAMELA found a number of positrons much higher than expected," the mission's principal investigator Piergiorgio Picozza told SPACE.com. "Many think this could be a signal from dark matter, because for positrons this behavior fits very well with many theories of dark matter."
Any physicists out there with a take on these findings?
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