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Wobbling muons hint strongly at the existence of bizarre new physics – SYFY WIRE

Muons aren’t spinning the way the best physics model predicts. Why not? It may be due to completely unknown subatomic particles popping into and out of existence…

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Muons aren’t spinning the way the best physics model predicts. Why not? It may be due to completely unknown subatomic particles popping into and out of existence in the quantum foam.
This isn’t some sort of sci-fi technobabble. This is from quite real experimental results, and may very well be the Universe telling us we don’t yet understand everything about it.
These extremely interesting and possibly game-changing results come from Fermilab, a high-energy particle accelerator laboratory in Illinois….

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