According to radio astronomy, our solar system became a double star system in the radio range about a century ago, with radio luminosity increasing until the source - which is invisible outside of the radio range - became brighter than the original star.

According to radio astronomy, our solar system became a double star system in the radio range about a century ago, with radio luminosity increasing until the source - which is invisible outside of the radio range - became brighter than the original star.

 
It’s my father’s birthday today. I drew this for him in 1979.

It’s my father’s birthday today. I drew this for him in 1979.

 
What if all the dark matter was actually reflecting light? Then the universe would seem twice as big, the stars twice as numerous and we would eventually “make contact” with Earth’s reflection. The date this occurs would tell us where the reflective edge is.

What if all the dark matter was actually reflecting light? Then the universe would seem twice as big, the stars twice as numerous and we would eventually “make contact” with Earth’s reflection. The date this occurs would tell us where the reflective edge is.