Is a black hole stuck inside the sun? No, but here's why scientists are asking

The problem with DM is it doesn't respond to gravity.

Black holes do respond to gravity.

DM has to be absolutely perfectly uniformly distributed which is why we see/detect exactly nothing locally.

The only way an ocean of micro black holes might coexist is if they all had the same electrical charge (either all positive or all negative) and the magnetic repulsion was sufficient to forestall gravitational merger. Not sure of the feasibility of that.

That might be an interesting sci-fi engineering to manipulate same charge micro black holes...

In Douglas Preston's novel 'Impact' he has a 'strangelet' impact/bore-into the Earth from an ancient alien weapon on Mars.


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