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 proper noun physics The Standard Model of
particle physics is atheory about theelectromagnetic ,weak , andstrong nuclear interactions that mediate the dynamics of the knownsubatomic particles .
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The theory behind all these particles is called the Standard Model.

We have a very successful mathematical model we call the Standard Model which has accounted all too well for hundreds of different experiments and observations of the fundamental particles in nature and how they interact.

The current best theory to explain the interactions of subatomic particles is known as the Standard Model.

What we have at the moment is something we call the Standard Model, that describes all fundamental particle physics.

What we have at the moment is something we call the Standard Model, that describes all fundamental particle physics.
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What we have at the moment is something we call the Standard Model, that describes all fundamental particle physics.
Telegraph.co.uk  Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

What we have at the moment is something we call the Standard Model, that describes all fundamental particle physics.
Telegraph.co.uk  Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

The socalled Standard Model never predicted "dark matter" until it was found that the Standard Model did not work with the gravity from the visible Universe.
New CMB Measurements Support Standard Model  Universe Today

I understand what you mean, but calling it the Standard Model is a tad misleading.
New CMB Measurements Support Standard Model  Universe Today

What Nereid doesn't say is that there are numerous observations & measurements of the Sun that the socalled Standard Model doesn't explain and are in fact inconsistent with the Standard Model of solar dynamics.
Up, Up and Away! Helium Balloon Telescope Explores the Sun  Universe Today
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