A Deluge of Dark Matter Detectors That Won't Work

Imagine an unknown disease spreads, causing temporarily blindness. Most patients recover after a few weeks, but some never regain eyesight. Scientists rush to identify the cause. They guess the pathogen's shape and, based on this, develop test-stripes and antigens. If one guess doesn't work, they'll move on to the next.

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