lundi 17 décembre 2012

One Higgs, or TWO? 'Twin peaks' in Large Hadron Collider's data could turn physics on its head

  • Latest release from Cern indicates that scientists have found two particles contending for the title of Higgs boson
  • One has slightly more mass than the other, and each decays into different kinds of particles
  • Findings could challenge the Standard Model of physics, but researchers say they may merely be a statistical blip

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