'God' Particle May Help Discover Origin of the Universe

Physicists working at the CERN laboratory on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) claim to have discovered a particle resembling ‘Higgs Boson’ particle popularly known

as the ‘God’ particle. The ‘Higgs Boson Theory’ proposed by the British physicist Peter Higgs and Indian physicist S.N. Bose in the 1960s suggests the existence of an invisible force field and with that an associated sub-atomic particle which can uncover the mystery of the origin and formation of the universe. Although the data which is available now is incomplete and is based on 2011 and 2012 experiments, the scientists are confident about the results. They confirmed that the actual data and results of the experiments will be available at the end of this year.


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