Increasing Dark Matter Desperation

Although science is supposed to be about investigating ideas with evidentiary support, secular astronomers (as well as Darwinists) imagine something and then try to find evidence for it. They are riding for the Big Bang-Deep Time brand and are locked into naturalistic presuppositions, putting forth desperate and puerile attempts to justify their blind faith.

Naturalistic assumptions are used to keep the Big Bang going, and Dark Matter is important enough for secularists to continue in futility.
Image source: NASA, ESA, S. Beckwith (STScI), and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)
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Because the Big Bang works as well as a drunken outlaw at a church ice cream social, it has been Frankensteined many times in efforts to make it function. Dark Matter is one of those rescuing devices conjured up because laws of physics and observed evidence don't rightly comport with secular cosmogony and cosmology. They are like the Whos down in Whoville that Jim Carrey's Grinch described as relentless. Several new efforts have been run up the flagpole, but not many folks are saluting them. Maybe if they'd cowboy up and realize that the universe was actually created, and created recently, they would abandon such foolish notions.
The history of dark matter searches is a long string of non-detections. When does theory have to face reality?

The standard big-bang cosmology requires lots of mysterious unknown stuff labeled ‘dark matter.’ Cosmologists are convinced it exists, because otherwise galaxies and clusters of galaxies would quickly fall apart (quickly, that is, in moyboy cosmological terms). Theory requires that 85% of the universe is made up of this invisible matter that doesn’t emit electromagnetic radiation, but has gravity. Another 11% consists of dark energy, which is also completely unknown. That leaves only about 4% of reality accessible to observation.

Here are some of the most recent searches for dark matter and negative results.
To finish reading, click on "Will Dark Matter Hunters Ever Give Up?". In a related article that has some interesting background information, see "Dark Matter Search Keeps Coming Up Empty".