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The Prediction and Evidence for a New Particle - antiparticle Force and Intermediary Particle

@inproceedings{GSidharth2011ThePA,
  title={The Prediction and Evidence for a New Particle - antiparticle Force and Intermediary Particle},
  author={Burra G.Sidharth},
  year={2011}
}
We review some recent studies of particle-antiparticle behaviour (including proton-antiproton) at high energies, which suggest a new short lived interaction between them. We then examine the latest evidence from the CDF team at Fermi Lab which bears out this result to a little above 3σ level. 

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