God particle may not exist, according to researchers; Where is the Higgs boson?

November 8, 2014 11:06 PM

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It was reported last year by Denmark Scientists, researchers had successfully observed the Higgs particle in the CERN particle accelerator formally known as the Large Hardon Collider. Prior to their observation, the Higgs subatomic particle was merely a theoretical prediction without any pragmatic evidence. Recently, a new study has brought to light the possibility of miss calculated data concerning the original observations, and the LHC may actually had born a different type of subatomic particle, not the presumed Higgs boson.

“The CERN data is generally taken as evidence that the particle is the Higgs particle, it is true that the Higgs particle can explain the data but there can be other explanations, we would also get this data from other particles,” said particle physicist Mads Toudal Frandsen, who led the project.

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