Matter on Earth is made of atoms which are made of subatomic particles, the smallest of which (by weight) is the electron. Smaller particles do exist (the neutrino, the photon) but they do not form a part of matter on Earth.
This happens because if a matter is on Earth, and since Earth has gravity, it is bound to have experienced it. But I don't know the answer to that question if you are talking about matter in outer space.
Rocks, earth. Geo is latin for earth, ology is the study of. Geology is the science and the study of the solid and liquid matter that makes up the Earth. HI Answer: rocks Geology is the science and the study of the solid and liquid matter that makes up the Earth.
Yes and no because we don't actually know what Dark Matter is we only detect the stuff by its gravitational effects and traditional matter's gravity obscures any Dark Matter gravity that may be present on Earth