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A tiny particle's wobble could upend the known laws of physics
by Dennis Overbye
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7 April 2021
On 7 April 2021 The New York Times reported:
Evidence is mounting that a tiny subatomic particle seems to be disobeying the known laws of physics, scientists announced on Wednesday [7 April], a finding that would open a vast and tantalizing hole in our understanding of the universe. ... The particle is the muon, which is akin to an electron but far heavier, and is an integral element of the cosmos. Dr. Chris Polly and his colleagues -- an international team of 200 physicists from seven countries -- found that muons did not behave as predicted when shot through an intense magnetic field at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, or Fermilab, in Batavia, Illinois [US].
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... The results, the first from an experiment called Muon g-2, agreed with similar experiments at the Brookhaven National Laboratory in 2001 that have teased physicists ever since.
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