Two days before the much publicized opening of the long awaited results of the LHC in Australia, the Tevatron scientists have taken what will be a bold step or embarrasing stumble. I hope the former. If Tevatron is trying to pre-empt the LHC to take some wind out of their sails or look good in the eyes of the funding public good luck, I'm not sure that's the way it's done. I hope the data from Tevetron will prove to reinforce results from LHC. If not who will be right Tevatron at Fermilab or LHC.
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