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A Hint of Higgs: An Update from the LHC

The CMS detector at the LHC weighs in at 14,000 metric tons.

The physics world was abuzz with some tantalizing news a couple of weeks ago. At a meeting of the European Physical Society in Grenoble, France, physicists—including some from Caltech—announced that the latest data from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) might hint at the existence of the ever-elusive Higgs boson.


  1. August 29, 2011 at 1:41 pm

    The gluons and photons are the massless particles (the pure energies) so why they have the different properties? Why there are the eight gluons and only two photons (i.e. the elementary left-handed and right-handed photons – their associations lead to the other photons)? Can the gluons transform into photons outside the strong fields? Why it is possible? Such processes lead to the Feigenbaum universality and to his constant equal to 4.6692016… Can mass be the more fundamental property than the pure energy? Can we eliminate the Higgs mechanism? You can find the answers to these questions within the Everlasting Theory. The Everlasting Theory leads to the eight gluons and six basic sham quarks. We must reformulate the Standard Model.

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