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The Standard Model has endured several decades and represents the most accurate description of nature we have. Despite the fact that it represents most probably the best description for the electroweak and strong interactions in nature, we have at least two conclusive evidences that the Standard Model is not complete: (i) through the observation of neutrino oscillations we have established nonzero neutrino masses; (ii) a collection of cosmological and galactic observations requires the presencedoi:10.1155/2018/2652536 fatcat:kfzovp5hsfflrld5nrfhasekdy