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X Particle Might Explain Dark Matter & Antimat

cold fjord (826450) writes | more than 3 years ago

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cold fjord (826450) writes "Wired Science has a story on a new theory that tries to explain dark matter, and the balance of regular matter with antimatter. This theory may even be testable.

A new hypothetical particle could solve two cosmic mysteries at once: what dark matter is made of, and why there's enough matter for us to exist at all. ...Together with physicists Hooman Davoudiasl at Brookhaven National Lab and David Morrissey of TRIUMF, Tulin and Sigurdson suggest a way to solve the problem of missing antimatter: Hide it away as dark matter. The details are published in the Nov. 19 Physical Review Letters.

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Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#34484150)

The paper is also available at the arXiv [arxiv.org] if you don't have a subscription to Phys. Rev. Lett.
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