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

Has a Hungarian physics lab found a fifth force of nature?
Fuente: Revista Nature     Fecha: Jueves, 26 de Mayo de 2016

 Radioactive decay anomaly could imply a new fundamental force, theorists say.

 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.

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