Scientists just found a particle that SHOULDN'T exist - fox news
A major physics experiment has detected a 'ghost particle' that shouldn't exist. The Mini Booster Neutrino Experiment, or MiniBooNE, in Chicago fired beams of muon neutrinos at an oil tank to try and detect the presence of sterile neutrinos Share this article Share Researchers working on the MiniBooNE believe they have observed neutrinos oscillating into hidden, so-called sterile neutrinos, which are impossible for the detector to identify Discovering a fourth 'flavour' of neutrino could help to explain the mysterious origins of dark matter, and even resolve issue of the universe's matter and antimatter imbalance (Stock) After analysing roughly 100,000 neutrino events at the IceCube particle detector at the South Pole (pictured above) in search of the 'sterile neutrino,' scientists working on the project concluded that no such particle exists
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