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Higgs-like particle

Such was the hype in billing the CERN results that the science teams were forced to come up with something definite. And that has persisted despite scientists soon questioning the fundamentalist claims: the Higgs boson does not relate to the … Continue reading

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Higgs science in turmoil

New Scientist shines some realism into the Higgs-hype in reporting (by Slezak and Grossman, 14 July) from some of the scientists involved “…beginning of the end of the standard model” (Georg Weiglein) Rates of decay into pairs of other particles … Continue reading

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Faster-than-Light neutrinos do Crash our Cornerstone

Do we laugh – physicists are often making grandiose claims of fundamental discoveries ?  Or talk it down as the normal progress of science, stretching the boundaries to establish a more comprehensive theory? Revolutionary theories build on one another, says … Continue reading

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