Physicists Found Traces of New Fundamental Particle
Thursday, December 17, 2015
A team of two physicists working at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN have reported seeing traces of a mysterious particle, which if real, could change the standard model that has ruled Physics since many years.
Physicists believe that if the particle is for real, then it could be a heavier version of Higgs Boson, a particle that explains why other particles have mass. Another possibility is that it could be graviton, the supposed quantum carrier of gravity. If the mysterious particle turns out to be graviton, then it could open up new areas of research in the dimensions of space and time.
Physicists, hence, asserted that if the mysterious particle turns out to be real then the most probable explanation for the surprising bumps in data from the collider would be called a coincidence.