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“Mr. Panek mostly avoids the somewhat overexposed subject of particle physics and the LHC, instead describing several groups of physicists searching with much smaller experiments for rare laboratory events that could be attributed to dark-matter particles.”
“Billed as a conference on “Fundamental Interactions,” about 75 people were in attendance ranging from Theory to CLEO to ILC, and a fair representation from neutrino, cosmic ray and dark-matter scientists.”
“In the meantime, such a squashed dark-matter halo is one of the best explanations for the observed data.”
“The variations we observe in the ancient microwave sky represent the imprints that developed over time into the cosmic dark-matter scaffolding for the galaxies we see today," says George Smoot, director of the Berkeley Center for Cosmological Physics BCCP, a professor of physics at the University of California at Berkeley, and a member of Berkeley Lab's Physics Division.”
“So one might get the impression that the antiproton result is a blow against the idea that we are seeing dark-matter annihilations.”
“The blue line is a simple model that you might expect in the absence of any dark-matter annihilations, and the red points are the Fermi results.”
“Anti-neutrino pulse to clear the way for a gigantic interstellar dark-matter tentacled spacesquid/CThuluBeast….. plz?”
“Within the new model, dark-matter is deductively shown to be migrating mini and micro black-holes (MBH).”
“There is an alternate solution for dark-matter, that it is neither WIMP nor producible in LHC.”
“The tie-in with dark-matter is as follows: in early development, a matter-based galaxy produced antimatter mini black-holes once conditions of immiscibility were established between the two types of material.”
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