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James Cronin, Val Fitch

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1980 Nobel Prize Physics Winner James Cronin, Val Fitch News

Physicists Propose a Mirror Universe Where Time Moves in the Opposite Direction

Big Think
In a 1964 experiment, which won them the Nobel Prize 16 years later, James Cronin and Val Fitch proved that you cannot have an antimatter universe for the simple reason that the weak nuclear force violates this model. For a while that was that. Then in ...

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James Cronin (1931–2016)

Nature.com
A major step towards the answer came from an experiment in which James (Jim) Cronin and Val Fitch, along with two other colleagues, showed that an elementary particle, called a neutral kaon, decayed in an unexpected manner. For their discovery, Cronin ...

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James Cronin, Who Explained Why Matter Survived the Big Bang, Dies at 84

New York Times
In 1964, Dr. Cronin and Val Fitch of Princeton University were conducting experiments at Brookhaven National Laboratory on Long Island involving matter and antimatter: particles that have the same mass but hold opposite (though equal) charges, either ...

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James Cronin, Nobel Prize winner in Physics – obituary

Telegraph.co.uk
James Cronin, who has died aged 84, shared the 1980 Nobel Prize in Physics, with Val Fitch, for demonstrating that there was a flaw in the central belief held by scientists almost since the time of Galileo: that the laws of physics are immutable. One ...

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