His suspicion: Black holes of the size that collided to create the gravitational waves may be far more common than anyone suspects and might have formed in the first fraction of a second of the Big Bang. This could mean the dark matter that makes up most of the universe's bulk is not exotic particles at all. It might simply be a whole hell of a lot of black holes.
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