Monday, November 19, 2012

Finally, A Direct Detection Of Time Reversal Symmetry Violation In Elementary Particles?

It appears that we now have evidence of a direct detection of time reversal symmetry violation in elementary particles. This detection appears to be clearer and less ambiguous than before, and doesn't rely on the detection of CP violation.

It also seems that this is a result out of BaBar, which came from SLAC's linear collider before it was permanently shut down and converted into the LCLS. So that old gal is still giving us results from her grave!


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