Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.(Hebrews 11:1) KJV
Dark matter can’t be detected. That’s because it doesn’t exist. That doesn’t matter, people are still looking for it. It’s an example of how we use faith in science.
If there’s no evidence for something then why would you look for it? Because you need it, you hope to find it. Something that’s hoped for is something that we have faith in. People have faith in dark matter.
SciPop invented dark matter but it’s impossible to detect it. That’s because it doesn’t exist.
We can’t detect dark matter. Either we can’t test for it therefore it isn’t falsifiable, or attempts to detect it failed because it doesn’t exist. Either way, since a hypothesis can only be scientific if it’s predictive and testable, and the prediction produced a negative result, the hypothesis of dark matter fails. Dark matter is unscientific. Yet Peer Review says:
Don’t worry about it. All the experts agree that dark matter solves our problem so we’re keeping it.– Peer Review