Opposites attract? Not in new experiment that finds loophole in fundamental rule of physics

Opposites attract? Not in new experiment that finds loophole in fundamental rule of physics

Scientists have observed like charges attracting each other over long distances in an apparent contradiction of a fundamental principle of physics. 

First stated by French physicist Charles-Augustin de Coulomb in the 18th century, “opposites attract and like charges repel each other” has become a familiar idiom — even being famously reformulated by Paula Abdul

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