I really ment "all math constructs" ...Mathematic, maths and math are uncountable nouns (we cannot count "maths", but we can count "maths books") which we usually treat as singular and which are used with a singular verb - like "does" or "is".
We don't say math "are" my best subject, we say math "is" my best subject.
I don't think "All math..." makes sense since math is not countable, but I'd use "doesn't" with it. However "All math books..." would make perfect sense and would be used with "don't".
Yes, I pieced the above together courtesy of an internet search! You may be able to google different interpretations - it's a jungle out there!
Time for another excruciatingly funny Mathematical Joke:
Is that the same apparatus the Ghost Busters use?It would appear from your link, TNT, that the new XENONnT detector has proved more sensitive than its predecessors.
This offers greater potential for detecting hypothetical dark matter particles, as well as solar neutrinos.
More details of the Xenon Dark Matter Search Experiment are in the link below.
http://xenon.fis.uc.pt/#:~:text=The XENON phased program The XENON Dark Matter,are known as WIMPs (Weakly Interactive Massive Particles).
Does Dark Matter really exist, or is it a scientific hypothesis favoured because it simplifies most cosmic hypotheses?
If only a link...
In 2001 A Space Odyssey the line should have been "Oh my God, it's full of galaxies!"