CERN: new subatomar particle found!

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    Geneva, 14 July 2015. Today, the LHCb experiment at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider has reported the discovery of a class of particles known as pentaquarks. The collaboration has submitted a paper reporting these findings to the journal Physical Review Letters.


    “The pentaquark is not just any new particle,” said LHCb spokesperson Guy Wilkinson. “It represents a way to aggregate quarks, namely the fundamental constituents of ordinary protons and neutrons, in a pattern that has never been observed before in over fifty years of experimental searches. Studying its properties may allow us to understand better how ordinary matter, the protons and neutrons from which we’re all made, is constituted.


    http://press.web.cern.ch/press…otic-pentaquark-particles


    Maybe this also helps to understand the behaviour of the nucleus in a LENR reaction ;)

  • Why would a LENR crackpot have a huge hard-on, when "Big Physics" have an experimental indication of possible existence of something, that was previously theoretically predicted.


    I thought physics theories were flawed, because they can't explain fairytales.


    Beats me. Again..

  • http://press.web.cern.ch/press…otic-pentaquark-particles


    Maybe this also helps to understand the behaviour of the nucleus in a LENR reaction ;)


    My understanding: The antiquark in this short lived pentaquark-state equals LENRs concept of a heavy electron. Next state after this is that a new ultra-low-momentum neutron is formed. This also show the weakness of the standard model; static, still pictures of a changing continous event combined with one-eyed high speed particle collisions are blind to LENRs.


    Thanks to LCD at ECW for looking at the history of the pentaquark, it could also be the history of cold fusion/LENR: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentaquark :thumbup:

  • Mats. The problem with your understanding is, that it is not based on any known reality whatsoever. So it does not actually qualify as understanding. Make belief, perhaps?