Did they see the dark matter this time ?
your guess is as good as mine.
Last year I read a book called "a short history of nearly everything." by what's his name.
The guy gives pretty good survey of where the boundaries of knowledge are in the natural sciences.
The picture you get is of what the world looked like to hunter gatherer shamans. Only now they have the math to back it up.
Over arching this is the world according to the physicists. That's where things turn really fuzzy at the boundaries of the very large and the very small. They're either on to something really big or they're really confused. In the past when things looked as cock eyed as they do now to the physicists --it was a sign that a really big paradigm shift was about to occur brought on by some super genius like a newton or an einstein.
I don't know how this will break. However, the analytical and expermental tools keep getting better and better. and judging by the flow of research that I see -- the boundaries of knowledge are currently being pressed pretty hard.