A physicist has a new hypothesis to explain the LHC’s mysterious results

Since March, physicists around the world have been getting cautiously excited about a series of strange flashes of energy detected by CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Nothing is verified, but the results suggest that we’re on the verge of finding the first particle outside the standard model of physics – the best set of equations we currently have to explain how the Universe works.

We’re still waiting for more evidence from the LHC’s latest run, but this new particle is generally predicted to be a subatomic particle with a mass six times heavier than the legendary Higgs boson.

But a physicist from the University of Kansas has presented a slightly different hypothesis to explain the strange LHC results – known as the 750 GeV (giga-electron volts) excess.

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