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Peter Higgs Says He Would Never Make it in Science Today

Peter Higgs, who proposed the existence of what would be dubbed the Higgs Boson, says that he wouldn't cut it if he were entering academic science today. Keep in mind that this dude won a Nobel Prize for physics a few months ago. Read More >>

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The Higgs Boson Discovery Just Got More Certain

At the start of July, scientists announced that they'd discovered what they strongly believed to be the Higgs Boson, a particle that's believed to be the key to unifying the standard and quantum models of physics. Now, after a handful more experiments, they're even more certain that they've finally got it. Read More >>

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Scientists Say 'God Particle' May Be an Impostor

Last Wednesday everyone went crazy when CERN scientists announced proof of the existence of the Higgs boson, which theoretically gives us mass and holds the Universe together. Now, other physicists say that they may have found an impostor and not the popularly called God Particle. Read More >>

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How the Higgs Discovery Lost Stephen Hawking £65

The discovery of the Higgs boson is kind of a big deal. Stephen Hawking certainly thinks so: he says it should net Peter Higgs, the scientists after which the particle is named, a Nobel prize. But it's not all good news, because the result has lost him £65. Read More >>

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The Higgs Boson Is Still Missing, But The LHC Just Found Its First New Particle

Since it was opened in 2009, the LHC has been helping prove whether the Higgs boson exists or not. Scientists are not there yet, but they have just found the LHC's first new particle: Chi-b 3P. Read More >>

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