Remember this article gang? http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-205_162-57569883/possible-discovery-of-dark-matter-to-be-announced-soon/ This came out Feb 17th, and we were promised an "unveiling" in about two weeks... They said this because it seemed as though they pretty much "had it" since they revised the paper 30 times... Well, of course it must be important. I mean 30 revisions? That's how we measure significance, right? Has anyone heard anything more of this? It has now been a month and a half and I've heard nothing. I feel like I'm hanging off a cliff wanting to know what this is about. What's going on, I thought the paper was in press. Did they miss something and now they're on revision 31? Or 37? Please update us and don't leave us hanging any longer. In fact, I got a better idea, how about "Don't announce that you're going to announce something until you're ready to announce it?" Especially for scientific discoveries. I don't even like to hear that a movie is in production 2 or more years before it's scheduled to come out. Once it's available for rental at Red Box, that's when I want to hear of its existence. Am I alone here?