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The Standard Model is conceptually simple and contains a description of the elementary particles and forces. The formal assessment will be through a longer practical activity. This has prompted another gathering of particular sciences in which the laws of material science are utilized to translate marvels in different fields such as (reductionism, hyper material science, maritime physical science and collider material science). Since they would move faster than the speed of light in the vacuum, they should produce Cherenkov radiation.

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