At 09:58 PM 18/11/99 PST, Mitch wrote:
>The dark matter
>whose gravitational influence we observe in astronomy is
>just ordinary matter in a neighboring fold of the brane:
>less than a millimeter away through the bulk, but perhaps
>trillions of light-years away through the brane!
Any indication why the contribution of next-door gravity should then be so modest? (A mere factor of 10 at best!)