The Higgs Boson really, really is the Higgs Boson.
At first, testing at the Large Hadron Collider revealed a particle that was likely the Higgs Boson, the theorized particle that gives the universe its mass. Then, more tests confirmed we were even more sure about it--there was a one-in-550 million chance it wasn't the Higgs. Now, after even more tests, it's been confirmed: beyond a shadow of a doubt, the particle uncovered is the Higgs.
So it's not surprising, given the odds we already had, that this has been announced. But it's still amazing! Although there's another slight caveat: this boson could be a particle described by the Standard Model, or another brand of Higgs boson described by other theories, although it's apparently leaning toward the SM variety. To find out, scientists will be monitoring how it decays, which means more tests. Because you can never test something like this enough.
This is most pleasing to hear.
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I can really feel the weight of this discovery....
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finally someone said it really is the HiggsB...
No facts, No response...
Excellent, i will be interested to see how this influences popular theory and finally shuts up some of the naysayers....
Could it be possible the micro world be as endless as the macro world (space) seems to be? We definitely aren't at the end of this frontier yet.
The more you know, the more you realize, we know almost nothing.
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The Higgs boson does not create mass from nothing. What it does is convert energy into mass. Again, the universe had a beginning. It is not eternal because it does not have the ability to have sustained itself eternally. All scientists believe that the universe (time, mass, and space had a beginning from nothing).
Atheistic scientists believe that the beginning of the universe came from nothing by natural processes yet to be discovered. This contradicts fundamental laws of science. Read fully my Internet article.
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@bgrnathan thank you. faith in science restored.
@bgrnathan I read your article but one thing that comes across immediately is you seem to equate Newtonian physics with quantum physics.
We know that subatomic particles blink in and out of existence all the time, we also know that you see a sub atomic particle in more than one place. There goes the first law of physics out of the window....
Also for your assumption that science cant explain why life could be spontaneously created I think you need to brush up on your basic biology. The chances of it happening are very very small but when you are running billions of experiments (Primordial Earths Ocean) for a few million years those huge numbers dont become so impossible, its just a matter of time.
Your conclusions don't even require a Creator.... Your whole article seems like a very weak attempt to justify your beliefs instead of learning about science to create your beliefs.
The law of conservation of energy as part of the first law of thermodynamics:
"energy can be neither created nor destroyed. However, energy can change forms, and energy can flow from one place to another. The total energy of an isolated system remains the same." - Wikipedia
The Big Bang does not violate the first law of thermodynamics. The universe, as the theory goes, contains equal amounts of positive and negative energy. The two cancel each other out. Gravity being negative energy and everything else positive energy. Since the total energy in the universe is zero, as it was before the big bang, energy is conserved.
Scientist don't say the universe came from nothing, because as you pointed out that would be impossible. Do a little more research on singularities and so forth. Also, if anyone wants to get their mind blown watch Ten Dimensions Explained on YouTube. It explains how the dimensions relate and support each other.