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Fermilab Discovers Untheorized Particle

alevy (817764) writes | more than 5 years ago

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alevy writes "According to universetoday.com, scientists at Fermilab "have detected a new, completely untheorized particle." The article also mentions how (as was previously covered on slashdot) the group over there has recently narrowed the possible range of mass for the Higgs Boson, and goes on to cover recent related SLAC (Stanford University) and KEK (Japanese) advances. I personally love the "we have no idea what we're looking at right now" quote from Fermilab's collider detector team spokesman. The original quote was, "It must be trying to tell us something...So far, we're not sure what that is, but rest assured we'll keep on listening.""
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