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    The Reason We Haven’t Directly Detected Dark Matter

    Finding the particle we assume is responsible for dark matter has always been a guessing game. We guessed wrong. Article word count: 2117

    HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=18207276 Posted by alex_young (karma: 1612) Post stats: Points: 111 - Comments: 65 - 2018-10-13T10:03:47Z

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    Physicists assemble the LUX (Large Underground Xenon) detector, which was one of the world’s most sensitive searches for the direct detection of dark matter particles. When in place inside the Homestake mine, the liquid-xenon-filled capsule hoped to detect three or four particles of dark matter a year. It wound up detecting zero. (John B. (...)

    • Dark matter is a supersolid that fills ’empty’ space, strongly interacts with ordinary matter and is displaced by ordinary matter. What is referred to geometrically as curved spacetime physically exists in nature as the state of displacement of the supersolid dark matter. The state of displacement of the supersolid dark matter is gravity.

      The supersolid dark matter displaced by a galaxy pushes back, causing the stars in the outer arms of the galaxy to orbit the galactic center at the rate in which they do.

      Displaced supersolid dark matter is curved spacetime.

      There is evidence of the supersolid dark matter every time a double-slit experiment is performed as it is the supersolid dark matter that waves. Wave-particle duality is a moving particle and its associated wave in the supersolid dark matter.

      In the following video, the vibrating silicon substrate represents the chaotic supersolid dark matter.


      In a double slit experiment the particle always travels through a single slit and the associated wave in the supersolid dark matter passes through both. As the wave exits the slits it creates wave interference which alters the direction the particle travels as it exits a single slit. Over time the particles form an interference pattern. Strongly detecting the particle exiting a single slit destroys the cohesion between the particle and its associated wave, the particle continues on the trajectory it was traveling and does not form an interference pattern.

      The supersolid dark matter ripples when galaxy clusters collide and waves in a double-slit experiment, relating general relativity and quantum mechanics.