DARK PHOTONS MAY HAVE DISCOVERED THE FIFTH FORCE OF NATURE
"The fifth force might explain how universe came into existence."
The Chicago Fermilab where researchers may have made a discovery about a new force of nature which is the fifth force of nature, in mid-2015 the Hungarian team Academy of science was searching for ‘dark photons’ particles that will signify unseen dark matter.
They discovered radioactive decay which is a light particle just 200 times heavier than an electron.
We have four fundamental forces which are gravity, electromagnetic, strong nuclear, and weak nuclear which produce significant long rage forces whose effects can be seen directly in everyday life.
The fifth force might explain some of the scientific puzzles such as how the universe came into existence and the galaxy spinning faster than it should.
Dr. Mitesh Patel from imperial College London said that “they are still on a mission to try to get one of these experiments to try to improve that is really something new they will make more data and make more measurement and hopefully show evidence that these facts are real”.
Recent findings indicating the possible discovery of previously unknown subatomic particles may be evidence of a fifth fundamental force of nature, Jonathan Feg professor of physics and astronomy said “they simply saw an excess of events and that indicated a new particle, but it was not clear to them whether it was a matter particle or a force-carrying particle.