What Keeps Us From Discovering Dark Matter?

Mention the search for dark matter to a physicist or astronomer today, and you'll probably be rewarded with an exasperated sigh. They build super-sensitive underground labs that can detect a particle just one-trillionth of one-trillionth of a square centimeter, and they build massive telescopes that have the ability to map the sky thousands of times better than any previous technology. All of this is to detect the ever-elusive evidence of dark matter.

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