KTeVKaons at the Tevatron
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The international KTeV research team came to this conclusion after analyzing millions of kaon-decay events.
Nevertheless, says KTeV collaborator Edward Blucher (University of Chicago), "the only other place where matter and antimatter [are known to behave differently] is in these neutral kaon systems." At least that's how things stand at present; accelerators in California and Japan are currently generating even more ephemeral particles, called B mesons, in the hopes of shedding new light on this outstanding cosmic puzzle.
However, those results had too much uncertainty to be considered definitive, KTeV researchers say.