CERN's Discovery Of Exotic Particles
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FOX - CERN, the world’s largest atom smasher, says it has observed three new "exotic particles" while carrying out its third run of collisions. CERN added that the observation of three new "exotic particles" could provide clues about the force that binds subatomic particles together. As a result of this amazing new observation, CERN scientists hailed a smooth start to what is expected to be nearly four years of operation in "Run 3", the third time the LHC has carried out collisions since its debut in 2008.
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