Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
June 1, 2016
So many people shared versions of this story that I have to talk about it, and for regular readers of my books, in particular The Nazi International and Grid of the Gods, you’ll see why. The story relates to a discovery made in Debrecen, Hungary, on a electron-positron spectrometer, which led to an interesting discovery. Here’s the article:
Now here’s the gist of the story, from the article:
A laboratory experiment in Hungary has spotted an anomaly in radioactive decay that could be the signature of a previously unknown fifth fundamental force of nature, physicists say – if the finding holds up.
Attila Krasznahorkay at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences’s Institute for Nuclear Research in Debrecen, Hungary, and his colleagues reported their surprising result in 2015 on the arXiv preprint server, and this January in the journal Physical Review Letters1. But the report – which posited the existence of a new, light boson only 34 times heavier than the electron – was largely overlooked.
Then, on 25 April, a group of US theoretical physicists brought the finding to wider attention by publishing its own analysis of the result on arXiv2. The theorists showed that the data didn’t conflict with any previous experiments – and concluded that it could be evidence for a fifth fundamental force. “We brought it out from relative obscurity,” says Jonathan Feng, at the University of California, Irvine, the lead author of the arXiv report.
Now, note that the article also goes on to state very clearly that this finding has not been verified as yet, and could, of course, be overturned. But let’s assume, for our usual high octane speculation, that it’s true. If so, then what sort of force might we be looking at here? The current thinking is revealed here: