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The existence of exotic hadrons a type of matter that doesn't fit within the traditional model of particle physics has now been confirmed, scientists say.
We'll also skip the bit about Charles Darwin studying an orchid native to Madagascar and predicting that because the pollen was buried so deep inside the stamen, there must be a flying insect with a super-long tongue capable of reaching said pollen.
Quarks bonding differently at LHCb The strong force binds quarks together to form hadrons. While fundamental particles famously require the Higgs boson in order to acquire their masses¹, most of the visible mass in the universe is in the form of
Monica Dunford, one of the Cern physicists who brings the search for the Higgs boson to life in Particle Fever. A new documentary , Particle Fever , achieves the almost impossible: it makes the workings of the Large Hadron Collider comprehensible and
Mark Levinson's documentary about the launching of the Large Hadron Collider and its use in searching for the Higgs (or "God") particle is a lot more fascinating than 90 minutes spent with badly coiffed physicists would have you believe. The LHC is
It is worth as estimated $1.5m, and was found in a river in Venezuela. Researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory used a neutron scanner to effectively look inside the 217.78-gram piece of gold, roughly the size of a golf ball. Researchers at Los
Jon Butterworth A few days ago, I wrote about a measurement of the "width" of the Higgs boson, meaning the width of its mass distribution. It is a bit of a surprise that particles even have a mass distribution; surely a particle should have a
The mystery of whether antimatter falls up or down could be solved with a new experiment to weigh matter's odd cousin, researchers say. Antimatter is identical to normal matter in some respects but the exact opposite in others. For instance, although
A scientist who tries to help unlock the secrets of the universe will speak about his work Tuesday at Wichita State University. Greg Bock, associate laboratory director for particle physics at Fermilab, will talk at 4 p.m...The talk is free and open
The sound of helicopters flying toward the Nevada National Security Site broke the early morning silence Tuesday at Desert Rock Airport, 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas. The thunder from the half dozen aircraft is what tourists and residents might