The CMS and Tevatron data, expected to show the existence of any extra dimensions, haven’t been able to show anything… This is bad news for the extra dimensional theories beyond the Standard Model.

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The Tevatron data concludes roughly what the LHC has concluded for the low mass range. It seems that the Higgs is a low-mass Higgs, with a mass of about 125 GeV.

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The Tevatron detector CDF data reaffirms all that LHCb had said. It seems that CP violation is very much true!

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Once the giant accelerator and the mainstay of the high energy physics community, now reduced to a museum piece. Not even that actually, with the numerous components being detached from it.

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CERN celebrates its 57th birthday today. Wishing the premier research institute a very happy birthday. The past days have been glorious, the future will be magnificent. Thank you, CERN, and best wishes.

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Once, the world’s most powerful accelerator, Tevatron is now overshadowed by the super-powerful LHC. However, it has been the mainstay for the physics community for 25 years. An emotional tribute.

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Fermilab claims a discovery of a new particle, the Xi-sub-b baryon. This time it is sure of the detection!

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Fermilab has confirmed that the earlier detection, supposedly of a new particle, has neither been corroborated by their other detector, nor has it survived critical data analysis. The new particle claim has been rejected.

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CERN has announced that the ‘riddle of the Higgs boson’ might be solved within the end of next year. Either it will be detected or its existence ruled out.

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Tevatron

This is big, really big! This may be the biggest news to hit the particle physics world in the the last 50 years. Scientists, analyzing the data collected at the Tevatron, Fermilab, have detected an anomaly that could well spell a new dawn in theoretical physics and change the Standard Model as we know it now. The observation was a bump in the data, but in the ‘wrong’ place.

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