pingbak writes: "After banging electrons and positrons together for a few years, scientists at SLAC have found that the B-bar meson decay happens more often than the Standard Model predicts. This doesn't invalidate the model, but it's probably the start of a new, exciting era in physics chasing down how to explain the deviation. Of course, the results need first to be confirmed..."
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