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Yes, Virtual Particles Can Have Real, Observable Effects


The nature of our quantum Universe is puzzling, counterintuitive, and testable. The results don't lie. (Forbes Real Time) More More

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ATLAS experiment sets strong constraints on supersymmetric dark matter - Phys.org

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