Today, in a landmark moment for science, US scientists from Texas and New York did some science and invented something 30 times blacker than the current intenational standard for blackness.
They haven't figured out what you can use it for yet, but you can't have everything. There was some talk of covering stuff like spy satelites with it, but then it was pointed out that we wouldn't be able to find the damn things in the blackness of space then either. Neither is there much point in having the perfect night fighter paint job if your pilots can't find their rides until daylight. Never mind. This all detracts from the splendid trend in which scientists shift to doing science instead of talking about how other people did it wrong.
Let there be rejoicing in the streets that scientists took time out from their busy schedules and broke off renaming things for a few minutes to make hypersoot.