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Most articles I read say that dark matter are weakly interacting particles. Are there any theories on how dark matter may interact with light/electromagnetic radiation?

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Non-baryonic dark matter (be it WIMPs or other things) is defined by it's non-interaction with light. – dmckee Jul 12 '14 at 19:33

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