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A new search to watch from LHCb

A new result from the LHCb experiment could be an early indicator of an inconsistency in the Standard Model. The subatomic universe is an intricate mosaic of particles and forces. The Standard Model of particle physics is a time-tested instruction manual that precisely predicts how particles and forces behave. But it’s incomplete, ignoring phenomena such as gravity and dark matter.
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