Monday physicists at the Large Hadron Collider Team publiced they find tantalizing traces of a possible new fundamental particle — probably one kind of the Higgs boson, or the elusive graviton, a quantum carrier of the force of gravity.
 
The evidence comes from two separate, but complementary, experiments, known as CMS and ATLAS. Neither reported finding is solid enough to claim discovery, although the fact that both experiments see a slight hint of a particle in exactly the same spot in the data is promising.

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