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g-2 (fwd)

Hi all-
Here is the nail in the coffin for the claim of new physics.

While [Jane] Austen's majestic use of language is surely diminished in its
translation to English, it is hoped that the following translation conveys
at least a sense of her exquisite command of her native tongue.
Greg Nagan from "Sense and Sensibility" in
<The 5-MINUTE ILIAD and Other Classics>

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Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2001 12:58:46 -0600
From: "C K Zachos (630)2526207" <>
To: jlu <>
Subject: g-2
Title: abstract hep-ph/0102312

High Energy Physics - Phenomenology, abstract

From: fjy <>
Date (v1): Mon, 26 Feb 2001 11:44:17 GMT   (6kb)
Date (revised v2): Tue, 27 Feb 2001 09:19:23 GMT   (6kb)

Disagreement between standard model and experiment for muon g-2 ?

Author: F. J. Yndurain
Comments: PlainTeX; 3 p. 1 figure. Misplrint in Eq.(4) corrected
Report-no: FTUAM 01-04

In a recent experimental paper reporting a precise measurement of the muon anomalous magnetic moment, Brown et al. claim disagreement of their result with evaluations based on the standard model. This claim is based on comparison with a single theoretical evaluation. It is pointed out that other equally legitimate theoretical evaluations exist in the literature, with which the new experimental figure is quite compatible. The claim of indications for new physics beyond the standard model does not appear justified.

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