How do tetraneutrons even exist?
A particle accelerator based out of France discovered something that literally makes no sense. Their accelerators picked up on a cluster of four neutrons, all bonded together into a tetraneutron.
According to our current laws of physics, neutrons can’t bond together like that without a proton. And yet, here we are. The accelerator picked up evidence of four neutrons all bonded together as one. This alone would suggests that what we know about particle physics isn’t correct. So, how on Earth (or not Earth) do these particles exist?