Black Holes Can’t Account for Missing Dark Matter in the Universe
A statistical analysis of 740 supernovas found that black holes can only account for 40 percent of dark matter in the universe, putting another nail in the coffin for the MACHOs theory of dark matter.
A New Search Technique Could Exponentially Boost Discoveries of Black Holes
"For the past 10,000 years, astronomers have been studying the light side of the universe. We have now just begun to study the dark side of the universe."