XXXVIIieme Rencontres de Moriond: Electroweak 2002 conference summary

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A substantial body of data is described by the Standard Model of particle physics. However the description is far from perfect and there is a growing number of internal inconsistencies. These fall short of qualifying as discoveries; nevertheless, examination of their merits is both interesting and worthwhile. The existence of three families of quarks and leptons is not understood. There are new data, especially from the B factories; the latter are shining new light on the problem. From several experiments, data show that our thoughts about the existence of transitions between neutrino flavors, oscillations, may be correct but the understanding ... continued below

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Montgomery, Hugh E. July 2, 2002.

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A substantial body of data is described by the Standard Model of particle physics. However the description is far from perfect and there is a growing number of internal inconsistencies. These fall short of qualifying as discoveries; nevertheless, examination of their merits is both interesting and worthwhile. The existence of three families of quarks and leptons is not understood. There are new data, especially from the B factories; the latter are shining new light on the problem. From several experiments, data show that our thoughts about the existence of transitions between neutrino flavors, oscillations, may be correct but the understanding of the patterns needs work. However, we see the opening of a number of avenues of investigation as new facilities and experiments come online.

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  • 2002 Rencontres de Moriond(Electroweak), Les Arcs (FR), 03/09/2002--03/16/2002

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Montgomery, Hugh E. XXXVIIieme Rencontres de Moriond: Electroweak 2002 conference summary, article, July 2, 2002; Batavia, Illinois. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc742644/: accessed August 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.