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Dark matter detector experiments above ground?

There is a wide range of efforts to use astronomical observations to put limits on dark matter-Standard Model (DM-SM) interactions that are too strong to be detected underground. From the introduction ...
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Dark matter detector experiments above ground?

Dark matter is almost non-interacting. So it hardly interacts with the Earth at all. If it did, it wouldn't be dark matter. The point of putting the experiments below ground is to reduce all the ...
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On gravitational waves of dark matter collisions

I think this is very interesting question and related to pretty current research topics in physics: https://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.131.091401 I believe what user4552 said ...
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Is there a Dark Matter Paradox?

I don't think this paper reveals anything new. It is well known in Newtonian physics that a disc-shaped mass distribution can yield a flat(tish) rotation curve and galaxies are perfectly well-...
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