THE FUNDAMENTAL LAWS OF PHYSICS CAN CHANGE
The verification of the fifth force theory will also be a turning point for the field of quantum physics. The results from the experiments at Fermilab could rewrite our understanding of the basic laws that govern physics, at least as we know it today.
However, researchers are vying to find the answer to a huge question. If the measurements made on Fermilab are correct and can be proved, what is the force that makes the muons vibrate so much? Researchers have yet to find the answer to this question. However, according to experts, this situation, which is not included in the “Standard Model”, which is the most common theory about muons, means that there may be unknown matter or energy sources in nature.