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Mysterious 'Bump' Baffles Fermilab Scientists Probing How World Works

It can't be seen with the naked eye, and it requires the power of the world's largest and most complex machine to find it. Yet it could change the very understanding of the known world of particle physics. Right now, though, it's simply a "bump." "In particle physics, a bump is when you have a smooth data curve — which is what you expect — and you see a little excess, a little bump in the middle of it, and that often is indicative that you may have made a...

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