The Face of God In Full View?

December 13, 2011 at 1:01 AM (astronomy topics, curious research, current news, environmental issues, late night studies, science and technology, web gossip)

Quite interesting!  This morning, Tuesday, December 13, 2011, researchers with The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) are prepared to tell the world about details from a most significant find.  Scientists have been researching for evidence surrounding this idea, this essential aspect of the universe for many years, yet it was curious as to whether or not there was any actuality to it.  Now, it does seem as if there could be legitimate evidence to discuss!

At 8 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, CERN scientists are going to announce their first major results at pinpointing The Higgs Boson.  It is referred to as The God Particle.  It is an extremely minute particle which has not been found anywhere within the studied universe, ever.

The Higgs Boson is alleged to be the giver of mass to all other things, all other particles.  Understanding it would bring comprehension to why things have mass, why things are solid, and why things can maintain structure.  The current recognition of the Higgs Boson is that it is the basis behind the formation and sustenance of the universe.

Researchers are stating that there is not enough information acquired for an actual – factual statement to be made about Higgs Boson.  Scientists have been working at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider to find facts behind this alleged particle.  Details had been sought to determine whether or not the Higgs Boson is the base particle that provides mass to all other particles, all other things.

As scientists have been working fervently to understand Higgs Boson, it seems as if the results behind finding this “God Particle” are paramount in our current recognition of how our universe exists.  As this particle is supposed to be the basis behind why all things have mass, an understanding of the actual existence of it provides clarity to what it is that actually allows all things to exist.

This is a very controversial topic, upon which scientists have been working, and continue to work.  Some researchers believe that finding evidence of this Higgs Boson will cause current understandings of the hows and whys behind our recognition of the universe complete.  Yet, other researchers feel that a recognition of it will lead to a collapse of our current depictions of our universe.

Scientists feel that an identification of a “God Particle” will provide a justification for the the expense of The Large Hadron Collider.  At a cost of ten billion dollars, The LHC has been used to try identifying the smallest particles in existence, in order to provide a greater clarification of how our universe functions.  An actual analysis of this particular particle will allow for the greatest levels of understanding, to date, about the hows and the whys of what we presume to comprehend about all of what exists.

Tomorrow night, Tuesday, December 13, 2011, CERN researchers will announce  details behind what may be the first implications to the recognition of a God Particle.  The scientists mean to clarify that they are not making a statement to say that any Higg’s boson actually has been found.  They are saying that it is believed that minor details, possible hints, have been identified, which MIGHT lead to an identification of this particle.

Anyone whom may have an interest in this area of science is encouraged to news programs tomorrow morning, Tuesday, December 13, 2011, at 8 a.m. Eastern Standard Time.  At this time, scientists working with CERN will announce the details of their research.  Information will be provided about whether or not these investigative workers actually have seen into the face of God!

The Large Hadron Collider

SEE THESE SITES!!!…mill-lhc-researchers-expect-first…cmp=tw…have…found-the-god-particle…/12/has-god-particle-been-found…/print

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