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Why some physicists are skeptical about the muon experiment that hints at “new physics” – Salon

A particle physics experiment could upend the Standard Model of physics. But some physicists think it may be a fluke. Here’s why

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One of the smallest things in the universe could have just changed everything we know about it. 
On Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab) in Illinois revealed much-anticipated results from a storied particle physics experiment known as Muon g-2. The bizarre results, which showed something quite different than what standard theories projected, shocked physicists around the world — and, if confirmed, suggest that fundamental physics theories may…

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