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    Quote Originally Posted by Jhevon View Post
    haha, bless your heart Dan, you need help
    If you think that's bad, wait until I theoretically discover a new ubiquitous subatomic particle and name it the "cootie."

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    Quote Originally Posted by topsquark View Post
    If you think that's bad, wait until I theoretically discover a new ubiquitous subatomic particle and name it the "cootie."
    I do not think anybody still discovers subatomic particles.
    Today, it is strings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by topsquark View Post
    If you think that's bad, wait until I theoretically discover a new ubiquitous subatomic particle and name it the "cootie."

    -Dan

    I'm not even going to ask why you'd call it cootie, i'm afraid to know any more about what goes on in your head
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker View Post
    I do not think anybody still discovers subatomic particles.
    Today, it is strings.
    Actually there are a whole host of subatomic particles that have been discovered. When we say that there is such a particle as a pion (made from up and down quarks) what we really mean is that there are several pions, of varying mass and spin. So particles are still being discovered today. Few of them seem to contradict the quark model, though some of them DO have odd properties.

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