The tiny, wobbling muon just shook particle physics to the core

The results of one of the most anticipated experiments in particle physics have been obtained, and they are about to fulfill the wildest dreams of every researcher: perhaps they can break physics as we know it.

Evidence from the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory near Chicago appears to point to a tiny subatomic particle known as muon the wobble is much larger than theory predicts. The best explanation, according to physicists, is that the muon pushes types of matter and energy completely unknown to physics.

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