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Today's Top Science Headline: Gravity Haunts the Standard Model of the Universe --"Current Theory For Everything"

Twenty-five particles and four forces. That description — the Standard Model of particle physics — constitutes physicists’ best current explanation for everything. It’s neat and it’s simple, but no one is entirely happy with it. What irritates physicists most is...        
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