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Researchers say that they've discovered a new subatomic particle�"one that appears to contain four quarks bound together. Physicist Sean M. Carroll describes the significance of the find, and talks about the ongoing effort in physics to explain why the universe is the way it is.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us Source: npr.org

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