Dark matter is simply mass that we can't detect. We are here in our solar system, so we can see everything. If this solar system was farther away then perhaps we wouldn't know about the asteroid belt or some of the smaller planets. As far as we know, though, the math of our solar system add up without any dark matter, though there are some things that are unexplained.
I hold the planet and us =)
Dark matter holds galaxies together, there's more than enough mass in the sun to explain the solar system.
More than enough? If that was true then it would collapse. There has to be exactly enough. :)
LOL yes true.
I would say both and tons of other factors.<br />
I even believe that your presence, sitting on that chair even has a certain (tiny) influence.
I'm unfortanetly no rocket scientist, but in economics we've seen that everything is related with everything (to some extent).
just magnetism, i use it to power an engine i have so cleverly invented, im going to release the plans to all for free, no more oil polution, horay
I don't believe either option is true.
A new question.