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  • Most of my friends tells me "Darkness is not an element because it is the lack of Light" or "it's not within the 4 or 5 classical elements." but in some fiction materials, Darkness is being seen as an Element just like Light.

    So is Darkness an element?

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    • No... Its not. 

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    • Atlasxx wrote:
      No... Its not. 

      why the wiki says its an element then?

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    • RnR

      It's more of an abstract element compared to the physical elements. However, most forms of fiction regard darkness as element since it's a natural part of the universe, even giving tangible qualities to help it fit in.

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    • RnR wrote:
      It's more of an abstract element compared to the physical elements. However, most forms of fiction regard darkness as element since it's a natural part of the universe, even giving tangible qualities to help it fit in.

      thanks! i understand better.

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    • RnR

      TheBerserker34 wrote:

      RnR wrote:
      It's more of an abstract element compared to the physical elements. However, most forms of fiction regard darkness as element since it's a natural part of the universe, even giving tangible qualities to help it fit in.

      thanks! i understand better.

      Righteous! 👌🏾

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    • yes darkness is comprised of dark mater which is a likely explanation of the darkness of the universe.

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    • Samaxe123 wrote:
      yes darkness is comprised of dark mater which is a likely explanation of the darkness of the universe.

      oh thank you

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