*Science Finds *God Particle*: Changes Everything**

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    1. Well they went and did it, found a secret particle of, *GOD*.
    2. This will in-fact change history if it can be verified.
    3. All people of science will have to stop attacking God now.
    4. Seeing theres proof that God is indeed the, *Real Deal*.
    5. It would be stupid if they kept bashing Gods existence now.
    6. We shall see, I have always stood by God, knowing that this is all *HIS*.
    7. We just borrow what we have while we are here.
    8. LINK:Scientists Abuzz Over Controversial Rumor that God Particle Has Been Detected - Yahoo! News



    "Scientists Abuzz Over Controversial Rumor that God Particle Has Been Detected
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    livescience.com – Mon Apr 25, 8:00 am ET
    A rumor is floating around the physics community that the world's largest atom smasher may have detected a long-sought subatomic particle called the Higgs boson, also known as the "God particle."

    The controversial rumor is based on what appears to be a leaked internal note from physicists at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a 17-mile-long particle accelerator near Geneva, Switzerland. It's not entirely clear at this point if the memo is authentic, or what the data it refers to might mean — but the note already has researchers talking.

    The buzz started when an anonymous commenter recently posted an abstract of the note on Columbia University mathematician Peter Woit's blog, Not Even Wrong.

    Some physicists say the note may be a hoax, while others believe the "detection" is likely a statistical anomaly that will disappear upon further study. But the find would be a huge particle-physics breakthrough, if it holds up.

    "If it were to be real, it would be really exciting," said physicist Sheldon Stone of Syracuse University.

    Hunting for the Higgs

    The Higgs boson is predicted to exist by prevailing particle-physics theory, which is known as the Standard Model. Physicists think the Higgs bestows mass on all the other particles — but they have yet to confirm its existence.

    Huge atom smashers — like the LHC and the Tevatron, at Fermilab in Illinois — are searching for the Higgs and other subatomic bits of matter. These accelerators slam particles together at enormous speeds, generating a shower of other particles that could include the Higgs or other elemental pieces predicted by theory but yet to be detected."



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    God particle? Man you need some professional help.
     
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    1. Read the link and weep heathern!!!!:evil:



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    How would anyone know they had found a particle of god?

    I weep not for fools, I do often laugh my ass off at them though.

    Is godnium on the perodic table?
     
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    are you referring to the the champagne bottle boson? Nice try.
     
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    1. This is going to be a *Great Thread*!!!!!
    2. My kind of thread!!!!!:lol:




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    Been reading some dan brown have you?
     
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    Is there anything in science more grand than something labeled a "God Particle"?

    There are no frontiers in the universe.

    But there are games without frontiers and wars without tears.
     
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    The Higgs boson has nothing to do with the existence of the Divine and that isn't why it's called the "God Particle."
     
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    you mean petrified god poop ?
     

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