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In addition, they look for minerals that have a lot of hydrogen, since hydrogen effectively blocks the neutrons that come from uranium decay.
Searching for fossil recoils may be a good way to search for low-mass WIMPs, said Tracy Slatyera theoretical physicist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who was not involved in the research.
The fieldwork involved would not be easy. Research would have to take place deep underground, where the core samples would be protected from cosmic and solar radiation.
And state-of-the-art nano-imaging would be required to resolve evidence of nuclei nudging. Even if WIMPs do leave an observable scar, the main concern for paleo-detectors will be ensuring the fossil tracks are really coming from dark matter particles, Slatyer said.
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This would allow experimentalists to view a spectrum of recoils, corroborating their evidence and potentially allowing them to draw conclusions about WIMP mass, Freese said. In the future, a paleo-detector could even provide a WIMP record through time, just ghat the fossil record allows paleontologists to reconstruct the history of life on Earth. It could even demonstrate whether dark matter interacts with itself in ways that go Looking to find that rock gravity.
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