# Dark Matter's Biggest Problem Might Be a Numerical Error

Since similar phenomena to the expectations of violent relaxation were seen in the simulations, and all the different simulations had these features, we assumed that they were representative of real physics. However, it’s also possible that they don’t represent real physics, but rather represent a numerical artifact inherent to the simulation itself.

What do the @physicists think of this?

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I think that I need to go back to grad school and get a doctorate in astrophysics and then I’ll let you know.

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