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    Has a Hungarian physics lab found a fifth force of nature?

    http://www.nature.com/news/has-a-hun...nature-1.19957

    “We are very confident about our experimental results,” says Krasznahorkay. He says that the team has repeated its test several times in the past three years, and that it has eliminated every conceivable source of error. Assuming it has done so, then the odds of seeing such an extreme anomaly if there were nothing unusual going on are about 1 in 200 billion, the team says.

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