http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.04083 UV completion of a theory of Superfluid Dark Matter Andrea Addazi, Antonino Marciano (Submitted on 12 Jan 2018) We show that a model of superfluid dark matter, modifying the Newtonian potential and explaining galactic rotational curves, can be unitarized by the formation of classical configuration in scattering amplitudes. The classicalization mechanism may also trigger the formation of the superfluid state from the early to the late Universe. Khoury and Berezhiani's theory of a MOND superfluid is one of the most interesting theories of dark matter, but it's only an effective theory. This paper proposes that the theory is completed by the "classicalization" mechanism of Dvali et al, according to which there are large classical configurations, akin to black holes, which show up at high energies. Dvali et al originally proposed classicalization in 2010 as an alternative to the existence of a Higgs boson. At the time Lubos Motl argued that the concept is flawed and that black holes are the only objects with the desired property. So one thing I would like to know, is whether virtual black holes could provide the UV completion to a MOND superfluid?