Possibly a small mistake created due to plotting of two unrelated variables resulted into huge energy diversion of scientific community towards the search of that elusive Dark matter, which never existed and not required. The Speeds in the Galaxy Rotation Curve are that of one step higher, which is expected to be constant in the Central Motion and has not much relevance with the radial distance against which it was plotted. A general feature of the galaxy rotation curves that have been obtained through measurement to date is that the orbital speed of stars and gas is almost constant as far from the galactic centre as can be measured, that is, stars are observed to revolve around the centre of the galaxy at almost the same speed over a large range of distances from the centre of the galaxy. If disc galaxies had mass distribution similar to the observed distributions of stars and gas then the orbital speed would decline at increasing distances in the same way as do other systems with most of their mass in the centre, such as the solar system or the planet moon system. It is very simple to appreciate that a central orbital motion like that of our planets across Sun, should have a decreasing Rotation Speed Curve as we move away from the Center as per Keppler’s second law, but this does not happen with various stars orbiting around the Galactic Center. So to account for this, the concept of Dark matter was propagated, which was responsible for this additional gravity. In my opinion the present Rotation Curves are nothing but the observational misplacing of Data. That is the speed or velocity which is being plotted is of one stage higher, and thus giving this constant curve. Take for example the orbital velocities of our planets. Planet MERCURY VENUS EARTH MARS JUPITER SATURN URANUS NEPTUNE Orbital Velocity (Km/s) 47.4 35 29.8 24.1 13.1 9.7 6.8 5.4 It is apparent that orbital velocity is falling as we go away from the center that is the Sun. But there is another relevant motion, a step higher, that is the Entire Solar system is orbiting around something. Why I have said something, because it may call for thinking away from the present notion. Now the speed of our Sun along with our planets with respect to this Center Point (presently taken as Galactic center) is around 230 Km / Sec. So if we were to observe this speed then almost all the planets would be moving at a speed of 230 km / sec. This data will give a flat curve for our planetary system, a misplaced analysis.So the Galaxy Rotation Curve which forced scientists to come up with the concept of Dark matter is misplaced, the speed which is being plotted is of one step higher, it is not of the immediate center around which the respective Sun is orbiting, it is of one stage higher where multiple Sun’s (with planets) are orbiting around. This suggests that: 1. The observed and measured speed is of entire Galaxy System around the Universal Pivot Point, which of course would be same for all the Suns. 2. Or there are multiple intermediate Super Solar Systems consisting of multiple solar systems like ours. The suggestion one is difficult to accept because that would be the speed of Entire Galaxy around the Universal Pivot Point, which would not be possible to find out without an external reference point, and hence suggestion two is more likely. That is our Solar System is not directly orbiting around the Galactic Center, we are a part of Super Solar system which consists of multiple solar systems like ours. Similarly there are multiple such Super Solar Systems. Now this is quite likely that these Super Solar Systems are orbiting around the Galactic Center. Conclusion: The Dark matter concepts are not required for explanation of Galaxy Rotation Curve, simply because the curve is inherently between two unrelated variables. The paper also predicts the existence of Super Solar Systems.