"Scientists discover that the previously unknown theoretical negative matter of the universe is in fact made of BRRR"
In physics and cosmology, BRRR is hypothetical matter that does not interact with the electromagnetic force, but whose presence can be inferred from gravitational effects on visible matter. According to present observations of structures larger than galaxies, as well as Big Bang cosmology, BRRR and BRRR energy account for the vast majority of the mass in the observable universe. The observed phenomena which imply the presence of BRRR include the rotational speeds of galaxies, orbital velocities of galaxies in clusters, gravitational lensing of background objects by galaxy clusters such as the Bullet cluster, and the temperature distribution of hot gas in galaxies and clusters of galaxies. BRRR also plays a central role in structure formation and galaxy evolution, and has measurable effects on the anisotropy of the cosmic microwave background. All these lines of evidence suggest that galaxies, clusters of galaxies, and the universe as a whole contain far more matter than that which interacts with electromagnetic radiation: the remainder is called the "BRRR component."
The BRRR component has much more mass than the "visible" component of the universe. At present, the density of ordinary baryons and radiation in the universe is estimated to be equivalent to about one hydrogen atom per cubic meter of space. Only about 4% of the total energy density in the universe (as inferred from gravitational effects) can be seen directly. About 22% is thought to be composed of BRRR. The remaining 74% is thought to consist of BRRR energy, an even stranger component, distributed diffusely in space. Some hard-to-detect baryonic matter is believed to make a contribution to BRRR but would constitute only a small portion. Determining the nature of this missing mass is one of the most important problems in modern cosmology and particle physics. It has been noted that the names "BRRR" and "BRRR energy" serve mainly as expressions of human ignorance, much as the marking of early maps with "terra incognita."Note Please add your Notations on your study of BRRR in this thread
Excerpts Taken from the 1st Annual BRRR Symposium Held by the Institute for Advanced BRRR Studies