Dark Matter Does Not Occupy the Universe

Not too long ago, we saw a ridiculous rescuing device for the failed Big Bang in the idea of a cosmic bubble. A more long-standing rescuing device is dark matter, and even some creationists believe it exists. However, there is still no evidence for it, and another attempt to rescue the rescuing device has failed.

Supposed dark matter ring in galaxy cluster Cl 0024+17
Supposed dark matter ring in galaxy cluster Cl 0024+17
Source: NASA, ESA, M.J. Jee and H. Ford (Johns Hopkins University)
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Neutrinos are elusive because they have very little mass and are electrically neutral. Big Bang enthusiasts have tried to associate neutrinos with their concept, and then came up with sterile neutrinos —

"When you want to keep neutrinos as pets, to you get them fixed, Cowboy Bob?"

Good luck finding a physicist to perform the surgery. Anyway, scientists are squabbling about evidence, and some are saying there isn't any. Others are saying that there is so evidence. Sorry to break it to you, but wishing doesn't make it so. Try as you might, you cannot escape the truth that God created the universe, and he did it much more recently than you folks want to believe. No stellar evolution, and no biological evolution either.
Everyone loves a controversy. There is a new one brewing, and some astrophysicists are very unhappy because their pet paradigm is in trouble again.
Dark matter, the stuff that allegedly comprises up to 85% of the matter content of galaxies in the universe, has just hit another road block:
To learn about the fuss, click on "Dark matter in trouble again".