As you point out BBN and CMB measurements do suggest that dark matter in non-baryonic. Another one to add to that list is structure formation, the large structures of the universe would be very different if the dark matter was baryonic.
You need learn to cut through the hocus pocus and analyze the actual underlying equation before the Oz Sauce is ladeled on. You can well imagine that those who actually understand programming metrics are holding their sides laughing at those who are taking it seriously.
and you need to go take some remedial math lessons if you think log(0) = 1.
Let me add that I am very disappointed in Science - Since it really only started in the 1920's, it made huge strides by converting the occult philosophies of relativity and quantum mechanics into rigorous systems in its first few years of existence, and then petered out, having done noting of equal import since. Science is nearly a hundred years old now, and in the last sixty, about the best it can boast about is remaking the occult mysticism of the continental drift doctrine into properly falsifiable Plate Tectonics. Really, it's Tragic.
I would argue that while it is debatable when exactly science started it was before the 1920's. Newton was certainly important but I agree that he wasn't really a modern scientist. There was however plenty of science done before the 1920's much of classical mechanics and wave dynamics, rudimentary atomic theory and thermodynamics was all good science and done well before the 1920's.
The theories of relativity and quantum mechanics were never occult philosophies describing them as such really ignores the history of how they were discovered and formalised. They were both very much science from the start, falsifiable hypothesis created to explain gaps in current theories to explain experimental evidence. That were then confirmed by experiment before being widely accepted.
I don't know where you get the idea that nothing has been done in the last 60 years. For a start the formalism of QFT and into making predictions and its amazing agreement with experiment are within that time frame. The standard model including precision measurements of CP violation, most of QCD and neutrino physics (the discovery of their mass very recent) are all new. Cosmology and astrophysics have also made huge progress recently as has condensed matter and nano technology physics. These are all just examples from physics since I can name these off the top of my head but the other sciences have also been busy.
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