Scientists claim they may have discovered a particle called Higgs Boson, which if found, may explain more about how matter in the universe works. Do you think it will be found?
Well, I’ve never been good with science. I went to Catholic school and science was not taught. You know, the Adam-Eve thing would not have held water, so to keep us stupid, science was not in the curriculum. Of course, now it’s taught. I don’t know if the Adam-Eve thing is still taught.
I read the Higgs Boson theory, and I think I understand it. This Higgs Boson particle gives mass to electrons. The electrons attract other Higgs Boson particles. But they don’t stay too long at one place and keep moving attracting other particles. The original particles falling by the wayside. I probably have it all wrong. I can’t even understand what I wrote.
So the question is: Will we be able to find the God Particle? I don’t think so. If this Particle keeps moving from place to place and not staying in any one place for too long, it will be hard to study. If it stayed put long enough to be studied, then we might find an answer. The particle is like a homeless man. How easy is it to find a homeless man you’re looking for? Not very easy. And if you do find the homeless man, he’s usually dead. So my instincts tell me the God Particle will never be found. And that depends on whether you believe in God or not.
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- Why God Particle Is A Perfect Name For The Higgs Boson (gizmodo.com.au)