NASA went searching for micro black holes in Antarctica. Instead, it detected cosmic rays shooting from the ground and some physicists think it could be evidence of a supersymmetric particle.
Sterile neutrinos, a once-promising dark matter candidate, just might not exist.
Make some popcorn, physics-spotters. We're just getting started.
Almost everyone in astronomy has the utmost confidence in this thing called dark matter: it explains how galaxies behave, temperature fluctuations in the Cosmic Microwave Background, and a number of related things too technical to explain here. It's...