Scientists at the Atlas Experiment Update Two-Photon Data
Researchers at the Atlas Experiment have finally revealed new updates about the most awaited two-photon results. The data released in July asserted that Higgs boson was decaying into two photons more often than expected, and reason behind the same was not understood by the scientists. This week, they are saying that they have discovered something really weird.
They have found two clean peaks in data while they expected one. They say they have observed two Higgs bosons; one of mass 123.5 GeV and another of 126.6 GeV. Despite the observations, they say that something is wrong with the results.
Adam Falkowski, the particle physicist said that the data is incomplete and features some problem. The results given by it are not obvious and true; they shall be clear with a deeper investigation into the issue. The physicists have been trying to remove the anomaly since last month but are still unable to do it.
Earlier, when decaying of Higgs boson came into observation, scientists thought that the error in it was statistical and shall be removed as soon as further data on the same is released. More data has been revealed and the blip is still at its place. The Higgs boson still appears to decay into two photons against the laws of physics.