CERN: Confirming Higgs boson "God" Particle From Large Hadron Collider Data?





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Published on Jul 2, 2012

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Could this be the week scientists finally prove the existence of the one true God particle?

Lead researchers at CERN will reportedly hold a press conference this week to confirm the existence of the elusive Higgs boson particle. The Higgs boson particle is thought to give elementary particles like quarks and electrons mass, and it's confirmed existence may lead to a reevaluation of many theorems in the field of physics.

Rumor has it scientists are 99.99-percent sure of their discovery, which could be the biggest science news in decades. Until the press conference on July 4th, we'll have to wait to see if the God particle has finally been scientifically proven, or if believing in it's existence remains just a scientific act of faith.


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