Bose Stars (dark matter in origin)

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https://www.sciencealert.com/matehmatical-model-of-cold-dark-matter-bose-einstein-condensate-stars

dark matter could be clumping into cold droplets called 'Bose stars'.
"After a very long period, 100,000 times longer than the time needed for a particle to cross the simulation volume, the particles spontaneously formed a condensate, which immediately shaped itself into a spherical droplet, a Bose star, under the effect of gravity."
Interesting read. Thoughts and comments?
 

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These things always tend to violate constraints from microlensing if they are supposed to play a strong role.
 

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