LHC antimatter anomaly hints at new p...

LHC antimatter anomaly hints at new physics

There are 1 comment on the New Scientist story from Nov 23, 2011, titled LHC antimatter anomaly hints at new physics. In it, New Scientist reports that:

The Large Hadron Collider has turned up differences in how particles of matter and antimatter decay that the reigning standard model of physics may not be able to explain WE ARE here thanks to a curious imbalance in the universe.

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SpaceBlues

Palatine, IL

#1 Nov 23, 2011
LHC is where maxi and mini collide for measurable results.

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