Fermilab Muon g-2
US experiments find hint of a break in the laws of physics
At 9 pm India time on April 7, physicists at an American research facility delivered a shot in the arm to efforts to find flaws in a powerful theory that explains how the building blocks of the universe work. Physicists are looking for flaws in it because the theory doesn’t have answers to some questions… Continue readinganomalous magnetic dipole moment, dark energy, dark matter, Fermilab Muon g-2, g-2 anomaly, Higgs boson, Large Hadron Collider, LHCb, muon dipole moment, Muon g-2, neutrino masses, New Physics, particle physics, physics beyond the standard model, Standard Model, Standard Model of particle physics, supersymmetry
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