The God Particle Exists, or Maybe Not

Thanks to Carl for this link:


I knew they would find a way; 10 billion is a lot to pay. If you start with the assumption of finity, you must end up with finity. Well I guess with the god particle having 125 times the mass of a proton, it should be easy to find. But I wonder how that sucker gives mass to the proton? Maybe it is filled with little godlets that surely must be less than 1/125 its mass.

1 comment:

henk korbee said...

It was said that it was an important piece in the puzzle. That is illogical. They hope it is an important piece but not sure of course, otherwise the search for God's desillusion particle was not necessary.

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