“Something Exciting” Found in Cern, where the Big Bang was Investigated

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"Something Exciting" Found in Cern, where the Big Bang was Investigated



Scientists working at the European Center for Nuclear Research CERN said they were optimistic about these new findings as they were dealing with a brand new physics evidence.

Europe Nuclear Scientists working at the Research Center CERN said they were optimistic about these new findings as they were dealing with a brand new physics evidence. Ever since the LHC Large Hadron Collider went into action 10 years ago, they’ve been struggling to find new particles to unravel the mysteries of physics, preparing for explanations that will throw the hearts of physicists.

They claim that after analyzing billions of collisions over the last decade, they encountered something brand new. Could this brand new thing be the carrier of a natural phenomenon? Yes, this possibility is very high, but we must be both optimistic and careful, says CERN.

Mitesh Patel, London Imperial College particle physicist and one of the leaders in these experiments. He shared his excitement with the following words; “I realized this was the most exciting thing I’ve done in my 20-year history of particle physics.”

The anomaly was still present when they saw the results on the screen – there was 85 muon decay for every 100 electrons, but this time with much less uncertainty than before.

What physicists are excited about is that the uncertainty of the result is over ‘three sigma’. There is a one-in-a-thousand chance for the data to be a random coincidence, but according to particle physicists anything more than three sigils is considered ‘evidence’. Although it is necessary to go a long way for this finding to be in the status of ‘observation’ or ‘invention’, that is, it should be ‘5 sigma’, we hope that they will make progress with this new development.

SIMILAR MEASUREMENTS ARE MADE

As studies and technological advances are advancing rapidly, the LHC and Belle II experiments in Japan continue to measure similarly.

This discovery, which may even be possible to help theorists unite elementary particles and forces, may shed light on other mysteries of our day. For example, it can even help unravel the nature of the invisible dark matter and Higgs boson that fills the universe. It never happened could lead scientists to something that had never been thought of before.

“What is this excitement?” Let us explain briefly to those who say.

Such important results are rare, so with the help of this new information, scientists have gone on a hunt and are after something that can only be achieved through hard work. Success to all of them on this path that will result in an extraordinary invention for particle physics.

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