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One of the best explanations for the Higgs Bosson. http://www.phdcomics.com/comics/archive/phd021914s.gif

One of the best explanations for the Higgs Bosson. http://www.phdcomics.com/comics/archive/phd021914s.gif

Incidentally, did you know that Leon Lederman, the former director of Fermilab actually wanted to call the Higgs Boson Particle, not the God Particle, but [...]

Incidentally, did you know that Leon Lederman, the former director of Fermilab actually wanted to call the Higgs Boson Particle, not the God Particle, but [...]

#Higgs #Boson Simplified-infographic

Higgs Boson Simplified - iNFOGRAPHiCs MANiA

#Higgs #Boson Simplified-infographic

Higgs | CosmOnline via http://rangle.tumblr.com/post/26336680482/closing-in-on-the-god-damn-it-jim-im-a via @peppeliberti

Higgs | CosmOnline via http://rangle.tumblr.com/post/26336680482/closing-in-on-the-god-damn-it-jim-im-a via @peppeliberti

Three years after its discovery, physicists are still fascinated by the Higgs boson’s secrets.

Three years after its discovery, physicists are still fascinated by the Higgs boson’s secrets

Three years after its discovery, physicists are still fascinated by the Higgs boson’s secrets.

Cern, God particle, European Organization for Nuclear Research, Higgs boson particle

Cern, God particle, European Organization for Nuclear Research, Higgs boson particle

SCIENCE: The Standard Model of Physics - just one of 27 infographics judged the best of 2012 by Simon Rogers of the Guardian.

2012 in infographics: how Graphic News saw the world

SCIENCE: The Standard Model of Physics - just one of 27 infographics judged the best of 2012 by Simon Rogers of the Guardian.

This track is an example of simulated data modelled for the ATLAS detector on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN. The Higgs boson is produced in the collision of 2 protons & quickly decays into 4 muons, a type of heavy electron that is not absorbed by the detector. The tracks of the muons are in yellow. The newest findings indicate that not only is the particle probably the Higgs boson, but it is the basic version predicted by the dominant theory of particle physics, the Standard Model.

This track is an example of simulated data modelled for the ATLAS detector on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN. The Higgs boson is produced in the collision of 2 protons & quickly decays into 4 muons, a type of heavy electron that is not absorbed by the detector. The tracks of the muons are in yellow. The newest findings indicate that not only is the particle probably the Higgs boson, but it is the basic version predicted by the dominant theory of particle physics, the Standard Model.

Why Stephen Hawking Thinks the 'God Particle' Could End the Universe By Kelly Dickerson, Staff Writer   |   September 08, 2014 Simulated data from the Large Hadron Collider particle detector shows the Higgs boson produced after two protons collide.Credit: CERN

Stephen Hawking Says 'God Particle' Could Wipe Out the Universe

Why Stephen Hawking Thinks the 'God Particle' Could End the Universe By Kelly Dickerson, Staff Writer | September 08, 2014 Simulated data from the Large Hadron Collider particle detector shows the Higgs boson produced after two protons collide.Credit: CERN

The Higgs boson is perhaps better known by its  nickname: the "God particle." Discovery of God Particle is a major breakthrough in the field of nuclea

The Higgs boson is perhaps better known by its nickname: the "God particle." Discovery of God Particle is a major breakthrough in the field of nuclea

Researchers at the Large Hadron Collider detected one of the rarest particle decays seen in nature. The finding deals a blow to the theory of physics known as supersymmetry, or SUSY, which gained popularity as a way to explain some of the inconsistencies in the traditional theory of subatomic physics known as the Standard Model. If supersymmetry is not an explanation for dark matter, then theorists will have to find alternative ideas to explain those inconsistencies in the Standard Model.

Popular physics theory running out of hiding places

Researchers at the Large Hadron Collider detected one of the rarest particle decays seen in nature. The finding deals a blow to the theory of physics known as supersymmetry, or SUSY, which gained popularity as a way to explain some of the inconsistencies in the traditional theory of subatomic physics known as the Standard Model. If supersymmetry is not an explanation for dark matter, then theorists will have to find alternative ideas to explain those inconsistencies in the Standard Model.

Infographic:  Strange Quarks and Muons, Oh My! Nature's Tiniest Particles Dissected (Infographic)  by Karl Tate, LiveScience

Strange Quarks and Muons, Oh My! Nature's Tiniest Particles Dissected (Infographic)

Infographic: Strange Quarks and Muons, Oh My! Nature's Tiniest Particles Dissected (Infographic) by Karl Tate, LiveScience

'Particle Fever', A Documentary That Follows Six Scientists During the Launch of the Large Hadron Collider

‘Particle Fever’, A Documentary That Follows Six Scientists During the Launch of the Large Hadron Collider

'Particle Fever', A Documentary That Follows Six Scientists During the Launch of the Large Hadron Collider

What is a Higgs Boson?

What is a Higgs Boson?

"God Particle" Found? "Historic Milestone" From Higgs Boson Hunters  Newfound particle may be at the core of existence.

"God Particle" Found? "Historic Milestone" From Higgs Boson Hunters Newfound particle may be at the core of existence.

Particle tracks from a proton-proton collision (also called an event) in the ATLAS experiment at CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Events like this are a possible sign of the Higgs particle, though many events must be analyzed together to say with confidence the signal came from the elusive particle.

Gallery: Search for the Higgs Boson

Particle tracks from a proton-proton collision (also called an event) in the ATLAS experiment at CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Events like this are a possible sign of the Higgs particle, though many events must be analyzed together to say with confidence the signal came from the elusive particle.