Mystery particle spotted? Discovery would require physics so weird that nobody has even thought of it

CMS detector. Laura Gilchrist/Flickr, CC BY-ND Roger Barlow, University of Huddersfield There was a huge amount of excitement when the Higgs boson was first spotted back in 2012 – a discovery that bagged the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2013. The particle completed the so-called standard model, our current best theory of understanding nature at […]

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New weird-looking glasses can supposedly cure motion sickness

Citroën has given you the answer. Known primarily as a car manufacturer, the French company’s new glasses are called the Seetroën, and reportedly solve the problem which arises when your brain gets confused due to the feeling of movement but without actually seeing it – hence why so many people who look at smartphones and books experience nausea, headaches, and dizziness when traveling.

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