I updated the Mathematica packages NewPhysicalConstants.m and Physical ConstantErrors.m for the latest 2010 NIST CODATA published last month!
I am concerned the D0 paper fig. 1, 5 and 6 shows expected results (dotted line) using a 7.3 fb-1 events=100 from CDF (not the 4.3 fb-1 events=45). If one uses the proper reference (as in this overlayed picture of the two charts), there is at least some correlation between D0 and CDF data.
New data analysis on slide 34-35 of this talk just released from the Tevatron CDF experiment is validating the “Moxness Bump” and inching closer to my 148 GeV particle prediction in eq. 18 of my paper. The experiment now puts the new particle at 147(+/-5) GeV.
The science blogger (Kea) coined the term “Moxness bump” in her blog post.
This was the Season 4 Finale “The Roommate Transmogrification”.
The discovery is based on an analysis of data from Fermilab – presented by Viviana Cavaliere last month.
I finally made it into a notable publication (or at least my image has 😉
Sep. 2010 Scientific American Article “Rummaging for a Final Theory”