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Is it Time for a Revolution in Physics?

A long sought crack in the standard model may finally be here

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The future of science, Albert Michelson once said, must be looked for in the sixth decimal place. He was wrong, of course. Yet in 1894, the year in which he spoke, physicists were feeling confident. They had, after much effort, tamed the laws of gravity, magnetism and electricity, explained…




where the future is written

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