New Physics? Is our understanding of the ultimate unknown "energy" behind nature and the evolution of the cosmos finally taking shape? Well, it sure does look like after evidence taken from Muon g-2 experiment from the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory near Chicago appears to introduce a minuscule subatomic particle known as the muon wobbling far more than theory predicts it should. Physicists believe that the muon may explain the "types of matter and energy completely unknown to physics".

Fermilab announces the first results from Fermilab’s Muon g-2 experiment:

About fundamental particles called muons:

The combined results from Fermilab and Brookhaven:

Here's #gminus2 GIF along with further explanation by Fermilab:

Scientific Seminar- First results from the Muon g-2 experiment at Fermilab:

Muon G-2 Experiment Finds Strong Evidence for New Physics:

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