Preliminary results from the two experiments suggest that something may be wrong with the basic way physicists think the universe works, the appearance it has and the area of particle physics confusing and enthralling.
Even the smallest particles do not do exactly what is expected of them when they revolve around two different long-term experiments in the United States and Europe. The confusing results – if proven right – reveal major problems with the rules that physicists use to describe and understand how the universe works at the subatomic level.
The ordinance, called the Standard Model, was developed about 50 years ago.
Experiments conducted over the decades have repeatedly confirmed that his descriptions of the particles and forces that make up and control the universe are largely. So far.
“In conclusion, we found an anomalous magnetic moment of muons at an unprecedented 460 parts per billion. Our one result has a really small piece of data, but it already outweighs the errors from the Brookhaven experiment. And after 20 years, people wondering about this Brookhaven mystery is that we can confirm the experimental results of Brookhaven, “Chris Polly, a senior scientist from Fermilab, said on Wednesday.
Fermilab is a national laboratory of the United States Department of Energy specializing in particle physics.
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