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Today, the +ATLAS Experiment releases the first measurement of the W boson mass using Large Hadron Collider (LHC) data.

The W boson was discovered at CERN in 1983 and led to a Nobel Prize in physics in 1984.

Find out more: http://cern.ch/go/LJl9

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I read it in 1984 in ZX-Spectrum Journal.
and after two paragrahs, in CERN they poved the existence of anti-matter. Topics were Antiproton and up and down quarks. I am happy to see this fine clickbait again.
 
+Fritz Carstensen Clickbait? Somebody got a Nobel for that!
Oh, and usually clickbait applies to sites that simply want you to visit so they get advertising revenue. CERN would rather you click and read the story;-)
 
Yes. I read it. I am very exciting about this article remebering in 1984. My favourred time at the grmmarschool.
It had been pleasured. this time.
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