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Galactic spin theory neatly explains Charge Parity violation

Experimental observations of sub-atomic particles known as Kaons and B Mesons have revealed significant differences in how their matter and anti-matter versions decay. This “Charge Parity violation” is an awkward anomaly for physicists but a new theory suggests that the rotation of our galaxy may explain the discrepancy. When CP violation has been observed in […]

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Central tenet of theory of relativity looks shaky




Physicists at Indiana University (IU) have developed a promising new way to identify a possible abnormality in Lorentz invariance, a fundamental building block of Einstein’s theory of relativity. If confirmed, it would disprove that the laws of physics remain the same for any two objects traveling at a constant speed or rotated relative to one […]




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