"Astronomers readily admit that they don't know what dark matter is--it's just that they believe it dominates the universe, from a hot big bang. A big chill phase change into a superfluid that forms an hot accretion disk, makes logical sense, without a gravity singularity exploding, beginning everything in time merely -14.3 billion years ago. Earth is 4.5 billion years old, or about 1/3 the age of the universe? Is anybody expected to believe that is correct cosmology?
|Billions of dollars will be wasted on plans for a successor, no matter of nearly certain prediction for failure to detect dark matter. Failures are stated by creating their own constraints for the masses and sizes of wimps.|