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I don't think so. I don't think this is what the sources are suggesting. And if a 4 to 200 AU object can capture enough WIMPs in the modern era to be a dark star, we'd certainly know about it by now. --Yaush (talk) 23:32, 3 May 2011 (UTC)
If you've read through some of the sources, would you be willing to make a cleanup pass on the article? Per the template at the top, there aren't any reference tags associating statements with specific sources, and correlating the two would be a good way to prune dubious material.
If you do decide to do this, I suggest copying any pruned or unsourced material to the talk page for review (after removing it from the article), so that nobody's toes are stepped on. If you'd prefer not to revise the article, that's fine, too; it's just been tagged for a while, so it doesn't look like people maintain it very frequently. --Christopher Thomas (talk)