Tag: Standard Model of Particle Physics

5 Intriguing Theories about Dark Matter

5 Intriguing Theories about Dark Matter

Dark matter is a hypothetical invisible mass, which is responsible for the force of gravity among galaxies and other celestial bodies. Although researchers don’t have any concrete information about this puzzling entity, they did come up with a number of intriguing theories about this enigmatic mass. Following is a list of 5 dark matter theories…

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Mysterious Particles from Antarctica might Change the Laws of Modern Physics

Mysterious Particles from Antarctica might Change the Laws of Modern Physics

Scientists may have found a Supersymmetric particle called Stau Sleptons emerging from the Antarctic soil. Antarctica is located in the Antarctic region of the Southern Hemisphere. The southernmost continent of our planet is quite unique in itself but a recent study suggests that an even more strange particle is coming out of it. In March…

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A Particle that shouldn’t Exist Discovered in a recent Physics Experiment

A Particle that shouldn’t Exist Discovered in a recent Physics Experiment

  Physicists discover Sterile Neutrinos, a potential candidate that might be the reason behind the Dark Matter, in a recent experiment called MiniBooNE. Neutrinos are tiny particles that are much smaller than atoms. They interact only through gravity and a weak subatomic force. The name ‘Neutrino’ comes from the facts that it is electrically neutral…

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