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Muonium – the most exotic atom?

I’d never heard of it before this week, but it’s real. And there are plans to use it to look for antigravity At the Guardian.

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Neutrinos, antimatter, and science as a holistic detective agency

‘Holistic’ is a much abused word. Like ‘quantum’ and ‘paradigm’, it is beloved of snake-oil sellers of many types. But some kind of interconnectedness forms a key part of science’s defence against spurious results and crackpots. Two new scientific results … Continue reading

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