Large Hadron Collider Finds God Particle?

Matthew Torino April 25, 2011 0

The Large Hadron Collider, machine that many believed could end the world before the Mayans go their chance, may have finally found one of the items it was searching for: Higgs boson or as you may know it, The God Particle. This may be the origin of the gaining of mass by particles that scientists have so desperately been looking for.


Based on a supposed leaked note from CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, scientists may finally have found the subatomic particle they’ve been looking for. The LHC, located in Geneva, Switzerland, was created just to be able to find particles like these that scientists had been looking for that would explain the origins and current functions of the universe.

The “world’s largest atom smasher” may have finally been located. They found a bump in the diphoton mass spectrum at a mass of about 115 GeV which was what Higgs boson was surmised to be. While the match isn’t completely perfect, and few are, since the bump they found is roughly thirty times bigger than what they expected, this is the closest scientists have gotten to their goal of locating the God Particle. But using their measurements, that doesn’t rule out the possibility of this being the particle they’ve been looking for.

The Higgs boson is believed to solve many inconsistencies in current theoretical physics. It may explain where particles come from and how they grow. It would be a boon to current science if this was it.


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