Why You Should Doubt ‘New Physics’ From The Latest Muon g-2 Results | Portside

The most exciting moments in a scientist’s life occur when you get a result that defies your expectations. Whether you’re a theorist that derives a result that conflicts with what’s experimentally or observationally known, or an experimentalist or observer who makes a measurement that gives a contrary result to your theoretical predictions, these “Eureka!” moments can go one of two ways. Either they’re harbingers of a scientific revolution, exposing a crack in the foundations of what we had previously thought, or — to the chagrin of many — they simply result from an error.

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