A few months ago, physicists observed a new subatomic particle - essentially an awkwardly-named, crazy cousin of the proton. Its mere existence has energised teams of particle physicists to dream up new ideas about how matter forms, arranges itself and exists.
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Scientists at the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland have discovered an exciting new particle -- or rather, an exciting combination of particles. It doesn't have quite the same impact that the Higgs Boson (the one people called the God Particle) did five years ago. But it does have people talking, and many folks are thinking about a controversial set of results from an older experiment.