There may be a 5th fundamental force of nature

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  1. Tacitus

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    Scientists may have to add a 5th force to the physics universe. While monitoring +p/-p collisions at the LHC, they noticed that -e/+e pairs were being produced significantly more than they should be. The Standard Model says that they should produce -e/+e at the same rate as they produce +u/-u (muons)...

    At the same time, Fermilab in Illinois found that -u/u/+u oscillate in a strange manner that cannot be explained by the Standard Model. Some new particle is causing the -e/+e issue and muon issue... It would have to be a new particle and that means a possible new force.
     
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