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in the dark sector a massive dark photon would convey a dark version of electromagnetism Theorists generally expect that ordinary and dark photons would subtly intertwine or "mix" Very rarely then a particle interaction that would normally produce a high-energy photon would instead produce a dark photon Higgs bosons and neutrinos would connect similarly to the dark sector Thanks to these portals the infant universe should have produced the right amount of dark matter much as in the WIMP miracle Dark sector particles would be much lighter than WIMPs—less than the mass of a proton—so physicists don’t need the energy of the LHC to blast them into existence A much lower energy but intense electron beam could do the trick When electrons crash into a solid target they radiate abundant photons—and could occasionally generate a dark photon In the shadows Dark matter particles predicted by extensions of the standard model have not turned up so a realm called the dark sector may be probed CBICKEL/SCIENCE The Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF) at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility in Newport News Virginia supports just such fixed target experiments In 2010 physicists on the A Prime Experiment at CEBAF searched—without success—for dark photons decaying into telltale electron-positron pairs Last year physicists on the Heavy Photon Search used CEBAF to try again In future accelerator experiments physicists might simply track the scattered electrons instead looking for a distinctive kink in an electron’s trajectory that would result when it emits a dark photon Or as with WIMP detectors physicists could try to detect dark-sector particles drifting in Earth’s vicinity Because WIMPs are heavy physicists search for them by looking for the recoil of heavy atomic nuclei such as those in liquid xenon That technique won’t work for much lighter dark-sector particles which would bounce off a heavy nucleus like ping pong balls off a bowling ball Instead physicists could look for the recoil of wispy electrons perhaps in a device akin to an existing WIMP detector says Kathryn Zurek a theorist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California Or they could create a frigid bath of light nuclei in "superfluid" helium and look for tiny quantum vibrations triggered by the collisions Another option would be to look for the breaking of free-flowing pairs of electrons in a superconducting metal In part because light dark matter particles would be more numerous than WIMPs a detector for them could be much smaller and cheaper than a WIMP detector Zurek says LZ will contain 7 metric tons of liquid xenon whereas a detector for light dark matter particles could weigh a kilogram she estimates After the workshop physicists will lay out their ideas in a white paper that DOE will consider over the coming months—although Siegrist cautions the $10 million isn’t guaranteed Some hope the agency will quickly mount a "shovel ready" experiment in particular an accelerator-based effort that looks for the dark photon by the kinked-trajectory method "For $10 million you could build a really nice detector and set it down next to an existing accelerator" says Timothy Tait a UCI theorist Others would prefer to develop techniques to directly detect light dark matter even if it takes longer to mount an experiment "I really hope this R&D can be part of the program" Zurek says JoAnne Hewett a theorist at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in Menlo Park California says she hopes DOE will seize the opportunity to launch not just a single experiment but a more comprehensive 10- to 15-year program to probe the dark sector Such experiments "cover a very important range and they’re cheap" she says "It really makes them must-do experiments" The concept "has been percolating for 7 or 8 years, a neuroscientist at the University of Coimbra in Portugal, however,and a sequence starring an alleged shrink should be up for the most laughable episode of the year. 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