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Physicists Spot Evidence Of 'Odderon' First Predicted In The 1970s

Scientists have uncovered some preliminary evidence for a nuclear physics effect first predicted back in the 1970s. The physics universe you're about to enter into in order to understand it is especially mind-bending. More »      
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