Wednesday, December 14, 2011

CERN, Discovering Higgs Boson-The Force, What is Higgs Boson

Scientists About to Find The Force- Higgs boson

The scientific discoveries and changes are coming so fast and furious that it is really hard to keep up.

1. NASA abandons the space shuttle program. Employees, Astronauts and the general public are all asking why? NASA provides no clear vision of their plans for the future. Everyone is more than baffled.
2. NASA abandons the International Space Station, once again everyone is asking why would you abandon something that you just completed. NASA provides an answer that is astonishing but gets little press.........To go to deep space. Of all things to prepare for deep space water landings. To see post with video click here. We still do not have confirmation of water in space, we have strong speculation, we have conjecture but we do not have a definitive answers. The only conclusion that can be reached is that once again NASA knows something that they are not about to share with the public, at least no yet. 
3. NASA contracts with the Russian to put astronauts into space. The questions has to be asked, why not just keep the shuttle program going instead of paying the Russians these exorbitant fees.
So NASA has morphed in the course of less than year into something. We have no idea what that something is, the mission of NASA has dramatically changed but they have not told us exactly what is will be.

1. NASA sends a rover to Mars to find out if there was any life or water there in the past. The answer will emphatically be yes. It seems that where there was no chance of water we are about to find it everywhere.
2. We have found more than 1000 new planets during the year. Ten years ago this was thought impossible.For a link click here.
3. We have found "earths twin" in the habitable zone. This is simply a huge discovery but it is being treated like everyday news.
4. We we are on the brink of finding the Higgs boson. This news is so game changing that it will force mankind to rethink everything.
We can only speculate as to what is next...................disclosure is imminently close. 

If confirmed next week, this will be the biggest news in the history of physics since the birth of the Theory of Relativity: CERN scientists may have already found evidence of the existence of the elusive Higgs boson.THE FORCE.

A respected scientist from the CERN particle physics laboratory has told the BBC he expects to see "the first glimpse" of the Higgs boson next week.

The God Particle

That would be next Tuesday, when two Large Hadron Collider teams would reveal the results of their research, highlighting ten candidates that show evidence of Higgs. Those ten candidates were found from the remains of about 350 trillion collisions using the ATLAS and CMS detectors.

What's the Higgs boson?

According to most physicists, there's a Higgs field that is everywhere. The elusive Higgs particle would be the carrier of that field, interacting with all the other particles, "sort of the way a Jedi knight in Star Wars is the carrier of the "force", as National Geographic eloquently put it when the Large Hadron Collider was being built. Or like Obi Wan said, "the Force surrounds us and penetrates us. It binds the galaxy together."

Why is it important?

The Higgs boson is a pivotal part of the standard model of particle physics but nobody has ever found evidence of its existence. It's one of the main reasons of why the Large Hadron Collider was built. Other than time travel and opening portals to alternate dimensions, that is.

The discovery of this particle is fundamental to our understanding of how the Universe works. So important that—according to the former theoretical physics lead at CERN, John Ellis—"we've been living with Higgs theory now for almost 50 years... it's become our Holy Grail." Ellis said the excitement among all scientist at the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland is very high. That may not sound impressive, given that Switzerland is the most boring country on Earth after Belgium, but if they call it the God Particle, you know it has to be important.

When would we get a photo of the God particle?

Not yet. Tuesday's data will not be confirmed until they are able to produce repeated evidence in future experiments. Scientists expect this to happen around next summer.

As Sergio Bertolucci—director of research at CERN—puts it: "It's too early to say…I think we may get indications that are not consistent with its non-existence [but] we are on a good path to the discovery."

So, what happens when they finally spot the God particle? Obviously, the the destruction of all the Universe. But before that, all those physicists will throw a huge party and get pissed. [BBC News]
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