Has Science Finally Found God?

Large Hadron Collider
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The news was simply too exciting to keep under wraps: A Swiss particle accelerator may have found a long-sought subatomic bit called the Higgs Boson — something never before seen, but thought to be the fundamental unit of matter. It’s called the “God Particle” because it is the one thing that lends mass to all other stuff.

But is it too good to be true? Or merely blabbering physicists, battling it out for a spot in the public eye?

The controversial rumor is based on a leaked internal note from physicists at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a 17-mile-long particle accelerator near Geneva that sits on the sharpest part of the cutting edge of science. The note details an unexpected “bump” in emissions that may be

via Has Quest for the Elusive ‘God Particle’ Succeeded? – FoxNews.com.

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5 Replies to “Has Science Finally Found God?”

    1. >rolls eyes< Clearly you wouldn't know Jimmy Neutron from an actual neutron. But it's not your fault, Joel's headline is misleading. For edification, look to Brian Greene's "The Fabric of the Cosmos" or "The Elegant Universe".

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