Is the God Particle Real?

In recent years, scientists at the CERN have been carrying out one of the century most important researches on the origins of the universe, with the objective of finding the so-called God Particle that could explain how did the universe come to be. The Large Hadron Collider was supposed to find the Higgs boson, which was said to have been present when the big bang occurred. However, several members of the scientific community have argued that this particle don't exist, such as the renown British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, who had bet a million dollars that this particle wouldn't be discovered. Whether he was right or wrong, the particle certain existence remains a mystery. Do you think the human race is after a real God particle or are we trying to find just a hypothetical massive particle?

asked by Guest in Internet | 2326 views | 12-15-2011 at 05:37 AM

According to the latest news, the God particle exists somewhere. Today it has been communicated by CERN's researchers that ATLAS and CMS have yielded signs of the Higgs boson from experiments consisting in smashing beams of protons to the speed of light recreating the conditions given immediately after the Big Bang. Scientists reported having found tantalizing hints of the boson, although there is no solid evidence yet. The massive detectors, which analyze the particles released in each collision, are said to have presented the patterns that would indicate the Higgs boson as a result of the collision.

answered by Dennis | 12-15-2011 at 05:39 AM

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