|MadSci Network: Physics|
I could not sleep the other night and was watching the "All News Channel" (Saturday, February 10, 2001). I caught the tail end of a report detailing the discovery of another subatomic particle. It was described as "the smallest subatomic particle yet known." A picture was flashed on the screen. It was blue with a black center. It resembled the pupil of the eye. I searched all of the news resources on the internet (ABCNews, CNN, etc.) and could not find a relating story. After reading a few more of the articles provided by MAD Sci, perhaps it is the zero point energy field theory proven true. On the other hand, perhaps I shouldn't watch television through sleepy ey
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