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(posting this because of the invitation morning CCC below)

First let me say that you should take anything I say with a grain of salt. I am not a physicist or mathematician. My interest in sphere packing came after Ukrainian mathematician Марина В'язовська published the solution for the sphere-packing problem in 24 dimensional space[^].

With that being said I make the following postulate:

Our Milky Way galaxy (and therefore all other galaxies) appears to be a single object. In other words, the matter outside of the singularity appears to share the same space. The 'extra mass' required to explain the rotational speed is not necessary. You don't need a PhD in mathematics to explore this idea. And apparently I am not the first person to discover this strange property of n-spheres[^].

However I can't find anyone else making the claim that galaxies might be single objects. It only requires two assumptions:

1.) That the particles that make up the atom are moving in higher dimensional space.
2.) That atoms are tightly packed at the maximum density[^] within the singularity at our galactic center.

If that is true then you can use simple geometry to calculate that some of the particles inside the singularity also exist outside of the Schwarzschild radius at our galactic center.

TL;DR:
There is no dark matter. The 'extra mass' required to explain galaxy rotational speed is not necessary. Galaxies appear to be a single objects.

I invite criticism and opinions. But I am leaving in a few minutes and will not be back for several hours.

Best Wishes,
-David Delaune
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