Neutrinos change flavors while crossing Japan: Findings shed light on why universe is made of matter instead of anti-matter
By shooting a beam of neutrinos through a small slice of the Earth under Japan, physicists say they've caught the particles changing their stripes in new ways. These observations may one day help explain why the universe is made of matter rather than anti-matter.
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