1. Muons: 'Strong' evidence found for a new force of nature  BBC News
  2. Muon g-2 experiment finds strong evidence for new physics  Fermilab
  3. A tiny, wobbling muon just shook particle physics to its core  Livescience.com
  4. Is the Standard Model of Physics Now Broken?  Scientific American
  5. Is the standard model broken? Physicists cheer major muon result  Nature.com
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Physicists may have just made a major breakthrough in our understanding of the Universe.Physicists may have just made a major breakthrough in our understanding of the Universe.

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But this may not be the end of the story.But this may not be the end of the story.

A tiny, wobbling muon just shook particle physics to its core | Live Science

The muon’s magnetic moment is larger than expected — a hint that new elementary particles are waiting to be discovered. The muon’s magnetic moment is larger than expected — a hint that new elementary particles are waiting to be discovered.The muon’s magnetic moment is larger than expected — a hint that new elementary particles are waiting to be discovered.

Is the standard model broken? Physicists cheer major muon result

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The measurement of muon magnetic moment continues to not match the theoretical valuesLong-awaited results from America's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, its particle physics and accelerator laboratory, better known as Fermilab, have

Long-Anticipated Fermilab Results Strengthen Evidence For Brand New Physics | IFLScience

The discrepancy between the theoretical prediction and the experimentally determined value of the muon's magnetic moment has become slightly stronger with a new result from Fermilab. But what does it mean?The discrepancy between the theoretical prediction and the experimentally determined value of the muon's magnetic moment has become slightly stronger with a new result from Fermilab. But what does it mean?

Is the Standard Model of Physics Now Broken? - Scientific American

Researchers at Fermilab in Illinois have found new evidence suggesting that a subatomic particle called a muon is not following the known laws of physics.Researchers at Fermilab in Illinois have found new evidence suggesting that a subatomic particle called a muon is not following the known laws of physics.

Scientists Just Found Evidence for Fifth Force of Nature

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Particles called muons spin slightly faster than our best models of physics predict, which may mean that there are more particles and forces that we haven't yet discoveredParticles called muons spin slightly faster than our best models of physics predict, which may mean that there are more particles and forces that we haven't yet discovered

Strange muon behaviour hints at mysterious new particles and forces | New Scientist

A heavier sibling of an electron, known as a muon, is challenging the "Standard Model" of all the particles in the universe.A heavier sibling of an electron, known as a muon, is challenging the "Standard Model" of all the particles in the universe.

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Measurements of the muon magnetic moment strengthen a previously reported tension with theoretical predictions, ushering in a new era of precision tests of the standard model.Measurements of the muon magnetic moment strengthen a previously reported tension with theoretical predictions, ushering in a new era of precision tests of the standard model.

Physics - Muon’s Escalating Challenge to the Standard Model

An announcement from Fermilab that shows subatomic particles interacting with a form of matter or energy completely new to science promises to completely revolutionise the world of physicsAn announcement from Fermilab that shows subatomic particles interacting with a form of matter or energy completely new to science promises to completely revolutionise the world of physics

Rule-breaking particle ‘will shake the foundations’ of science as we know it - Daily Star

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It’s not the next Higgs boson — yet. But the best explanation, physicists say, involves forms of matter and energy not currently known to science.It’s not the next Higgs boson — yet. But the best explanation, physicists say, involves forms of matter and energy not currently known to science.

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This time it involves misbehaving muons | Science & technologyThis time it involves misbehaving muons | Science & technology

A second possible break in the laws of physics has been noted | The Economist

After two decades, a new measurement of the muon magnetic anomaly reinforces earlier hints that its value disagrees with standard physics.

Muon magnetism could hint at a breakdown of physics' standard model | Science News

Long-standing infinitesimal oddity could be a subtle sign of new particlesLong-standing infinitesimal oddity could be a subtle sign of new particles

Particle mystery deepens, as physicists confirm that the muon is more magnetic than predicted | Science | AAAS

A new estimation of the strength of the magnetic field around the muon—a sub-atomic particle similar to, but heavier than, an electron—closes the gap between theory and experimental measurements, ...

New estimate of muon's magnetic field strength aligns with standard model of particle physics

A new estimate of the strength of the sub-atomic particle's magnetic field aligns with the standard model of particle physics. A new estimation of the strength of the magnetic field around the muon — a sub-atomic particle similar to, but heavier than, an electron — closes the gap between theory a

The Muon’s Magnetic Moment Fits Just Fine: Strength of the Sub-Atomic Particle’s Magnetic Field Aligns

The Muon’s Magnetic Moment Fits Just Fine: Strength of the Sub-Atomic Particle’s Magnetic Field Aligns – SciTechDaily

Strange results taken at a vast experiment could change physics in a fundamental way, researchers say.Strange results taken at a vast experiment could change physics in a fundamental way, researchers say.

Strange results seen in laboratory suggest there is something wrong with our understanding of physics | The Independent

Inside a locked cabinet, an envelope held a number that was poised to rock the physics community, regardless of its contents. On a recent video call, 170 scientists gathered to watch the envelop opening.Inside a locked cabinet, an envelope held a number that was poised to rock the physics community, regardless of its contents. On a recent video call, 170 scientists gathered to watch the envelop opening.

Physics Mystery Gets Even Deeper After Long-Awaited Muon Reveal

The long-awaited first results from the Muon g-2 experiment at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory show fundamental particles called muons behaving in a way that is not predicted by scientists’ best theory, the Standard Model of particle physics. This landmark resul

Evidence of Exciting New Physics From U.S. Department of Energy’s Muon G-2 Experiment – “Today Is an Extraordinary Day”

Evidence of Exciting New Physics From U.S. Department of Energy’s Muon G-2 Experiment – “Today Is an Extraordinary Day” – SciTechDaily

Today's long-anticipated announcement by Fermilab's Muon g-2 team appears to solidify a tantalizing conflict between nature and theory. But a separate calculation, published at the same time

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The new measurement from the Muon g-2 experiment at Fermilab strongly agrees with the value found at Brookhaven and diverges from theory with the most precise measurement to date.The new measurement from the Muon g-2 experiment at Fermilab strongly agrees with the value found at Brookhaven and diverges from theory with the most precise measurement to date.

First results from Fermilab’s Muon g-2 experiment strengthen evidence of new physics | symmetry magazine

Physicists may have just made a major breakthrough in our understanding of the Universe.Physicists may have just made a major breakthrough in our understanding of the Universe.

Muons: 'Strong' evidence found for a new force of nature