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Large Hadron Collider Anomaly Inspires a Zoo of Theories - Scientific American

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    <table border="0" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="7" style="vertical-align:top;"><tr><td width="80" align="center" valign="top"><font style="font-size:85%;font-family:arial,sans-serif"><a href=""><img src="//" alt="" border="1" width="80" height="80"><br><font size="-2">Scientific American</font></a></font></td><td valign="top" class="j"><font style="font-size:85%;font-family:arial,sans-serif"><br><div style="padding-top:0.8em;"><img alt="" height="1" width="1"></div><div class="lh"><a href=""><b>Large Hadron Collider Anomaly Inspires a <b>Zoo</b> of Theories</b></a><br><font size="-1"><b><font color="#6f6f6f">Scientific American</font></b></font><br><font size="-1">Hints of a new subatomic particle at the world's most powerful atom smasher have inspired theoretical physicists to write more than 300 papers in the past four months. Now, a journal has published four of them, forming a condensed guide to what has <b>...</b></font><br><font size="-1" class="p"></font><br><font class="p" size="-1"><a class="p" href=""><nobr><b>and more&nbsp;&raquo;</b></nobr></a></font></div></font></td></tr></table> More...