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Re: Has a new sub-atomic particle been discovered in 2001?

Date: Tue Feb 27 14:43:15 2001
Posted By: Benn Tannenbaum, Post-doc/Fellow, Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Los Angeles
Area of science: Physics
ID: 982120406.Ph

Dear Craig,

I'm sorry, but I haven't heard of any reports such as the one you
mentioned. The last subatomic particle discovered was the top quark, in
1995. More recently, we have seen evidence for the tau neutrino, but its
existance has been known for quite a while. At sub-atomic scales, there are
no colors!

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