The Muon g-2 ring is seen at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory outside Chicago in August 2017. Photo: Fermilab via AP The Muon g-2 ring is seen at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory outside Chicago in August 2017. Photo: Fermilab via AP
The Muon g-2 ring is seen at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory outside Chicago in August 2017. Photo: Fermilab via AP
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‘Tantalising’ experiment results defy known rules of physics

  • Study of subatomic particles called muons has yielded preliminary results that could upend the Standard Model and our current understanding of the universe
  • The particles aren’t doing what is expected in two different experiments in the US and Europe, suggesting the presence of an undiscovered particle or force

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The Muon g-2 ring is seen at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory outside Chicago in August 2017. Photo: Fermilab via AP The Muon g-2 ring is seen at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory outside Chicago in August 2017. Photo: Fermilab via AP
The Muon g-2 ring is seen at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory outside Chicago in August 2017. Photo: Fermilab via AP
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