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The resulting value for G is 240 parts per million bigger than the official one, set in 2010. James Faller of the University of Colorado at Boulder, who tested G in 2010, is holding out for an error: “Errors are like violets in the springtime: they can spring up in any group’s experiment,” he says. “Logically, either some of the experiments are wrong, or G isn’t constant,” says Mark Kasevich of Stanford University.

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