The Higgs boson particle gives mass to quarks and electrons, and yes…it does exist.
In ‘Fundamentally Understanding the Building Blocks of our Universe News’ today, the cagey Higgs boson particle (AKA “God particle”) has been 99% confirmed:
Speaking to a packed audience Wednesday morning in Geneva, CERN director general Rolf Heuer confirmed that two separate teams
working at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) are more than 99 percent certain they’ve discovered the Higgs boson, aka the God particle
—or at the least a brand-new particle exactly where they expected the Higgs to be.
Researchers say this particle could explain the missing dark matter in our universe, along with…well…all matter. It’s an exciting day for science.