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Physicists Identify Second Gravitational-Wave Event

An international team of scientists has identified a second gravitational wave event in the data from the twin detectors of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO). This image depicts two black holes just moments before they collided and merged with each other, releasing energy in the form of gravitational waves. …

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CERN Physicists Observe Three New Tetraquark Particles

Physicists on CERN’s LHCb collaboration say they’ve observed three new exotic particles – X(4274), X(4500) and X(4700) – and also confirmed the existence of a fourth one, X(4140). According to the scientists, each of these particles contains two quarks and two antiquarks. View of the LHCb detector. Image credit: CERN. …

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Physicists Shed New Light on How Neutrinos Behave

Physicists from the NOvA collaboration have announced a new result that could improve our understanding of the behavior of neutrinos. NOvA detector. Image credit: Louise Suter / NOvA Collaboration. Neutrinos are tiny, nearly massless subatomic particles that travel at near-light speed. They have previously been detected in three types, called …

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Novel Theory on Moving Through Time

A physicist at Griffith University in Australia has solved an anomaly of conventional physics and shown that a mysterious effect called ‘T violation’ could be the origin of time evolution and conservation laws. Dr. Vaccaro is challenging the conventional view of space and time to show how the world advances …

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Madala Boson: Physicists Predict Existence of New Heavy Particle

An international team of physicists, led by the University of the Witwatersrand (UW) in Johannesburg, South Africa, predicts the existence of a new particle that might aid in the understanding of dark matter. Proton-proton collisions events in which two high energy electrons and two high energy muons are observed. Image …

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