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Strangely enough, hardly any higgs discussion in the higgs thread. We have been hijacked.
Higgs is overrated. His 40 time is slow, he has poor lateral movement, and no vision.
but he has a cannon for an arm
Can't read a d. That cannon just means he throws interceptions faster that most people.
Think I might go watch Angels and Demons again.
this goes into it it a little bit..I saw it also
One of the most dramatic stories in the Old Testament, the parting of the Red Sea, may actually have happened, according to new research.
People can believe that a crazy set of (computer modeled) circumstances.. one's that have never even been close to being duplicated, are the cause of the "Red Sea" story if they want.
I, for one, will continue to think of it as a massive exaggeration.
Freddie Kitchens, IMO
here's a good video to check out
University of Oklahoma: B.S. Aerospace Engineering '10, M.S. Mechanical Engineering '12
Watched that, and also read the article you linked. Wow! I sure feel dumb. Thanks for posting. I won't say I grasped it, but starting to get an understanding.
Love reading about this stuff. I'm going to graduate with a minor in physics, and Modern Physics was my favorite class I've ever taken. Really, really cool stuff.
John Ellis,theoretical physicist, answers the question "What is the Higgs boson?" in preparation for the press conference following the seminar on LHC 2012 results on the Higgs boson search, due on July 4 2012 at CERN. For more details: http://cern.ch/press/PressReleases/Releases2012/PR16.12E.html
[video also available via https://cdsweb.cern.ch/record/1458922]
I have read a lot about it and done some studying on the material...I don't even have that firm of a grasp at what all this means
that's the beauty of it...I don't really think anyone does at this moment
this is a huge milestone for the human race
Stephen Hawking chimed in and said he lost a $100 bet, as he bet they never would find the God Particle.
I often wonder how much more Hawking could have contributed if he hadn't gotten a crippling disease. The man is already one of the greatest minds we've ever seen.
Good to see he got proven wrong on this issue.
And he literally disappears behind 11 blockers.
The man made a cameo appearance on Star Trek NG. That's when you know you've made it.
Here you go for all you hipster haters out there...
Of course you know what the Higgs boson is particle at the CERN research center outside Geneva prompts us to ask what, if anything, does the rest of the world (or, really, the rest of Williamsburg) know about this Higgs boson? Our wonderful Motherboard interns Andre and Michelle took to the streets with cameras yesterday to ask some of the good people there. The results are a bit of a bummer, but maybe things will be different by Monday, when the news has reached full Higgs saturation, and everyone around the world will know what it is, and mainstream poets and rappers will be writing odes to the thing. Then again, maybe the world has better things to do than trying to understand itself.
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