Originally Posted by Drone
But I dunno what if black holes are made of wimps (or superwimps).
WIMPs are W
articles; which implies they're all floating around out there, and don't interact with normal matter or with each other much at all; so gravitationally coalescing into black holes is ruled out. Imagine large cluster spanning clouds of dark matter particles (WIMPs) gravitationally affecting the visible matter in a galaxy or cluster of galaxies.
Here's some reports on it: