Gareth Samuel: Muon Data Breaks Particle Physics | Thunderbolts


Evidence from the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory near Chicago points to a subatomic particle called a MUON behaving in a way it should not. It’s believed every particle has a magnetic moment—essentially a sort of wobble—and each particle has a very precise value. Fermi’s experiment discovered the muon wobbling a lot more than the theory predicted.

The current model of particle physics has remained largely unchanged for fifty years and this small discovery may be the tip of an iceberg of discrepancies between theoretical models and observations. Contributor and Electric Universe advocate, Gareth Samuel, creator of “See the Pattern”, details what is ACTUALLY observed in these experiments and offers a different interpretation of the data—a much simpler, more logical way of the electrical nature of mother nature.

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