If the Big Bang created miniature black holes, where are they?

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The hunt for missing, miniscule black holes left over from the Big Bang may be about to heat up. 

Just as the trail for such diminutive black holes appeared to have gone cold, an international team of scientists has found clues in quantum physics that could reopen the case. One reason the hunt for these so-called primordial black holes is so pressing is that they’ve been suggested as possible candidates for dark matter. 

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