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Two teams working at the Tevatron particle smasher in Batavia, Illinois, have found hints of a new generation of fundamental particles - to add to the three generations we already know about. What's so special about these new particles?

If they really do exist, they might explain a long-standing puzzle - how the universe avoided self-destruction in its earliest moments after the big bang.

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Category: Science