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So They Didnt Find the God Particle Afterall

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  1. Cheese Banned Banned

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    Yall know that big machine that smashes things looking for the god particle, well they thought they had found pieces of it but turned out to just be dust or debri. That sucks.

    EDIT. Link is not talking bout God Paticle but someother new particle they thought the found


    http://www.wired.com/2016/08/sorry-folks-lhc-didnt-find-new-particle/
     
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  2. Chesten_Hesten The Wiener of Steel

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    God Wins Again!
     
  3. faustian I'M NOT A MONSTER Platinum Member

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    Pretty sure they found it
     
  4. bref Black Belt

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    ...checkmate atheists?
     
  5. Cheese Banned Banned

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    why would the link lie?
     
  6. Jack Reacheround Never Go Black

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    That isn't what the article is saying. They put that on the headline to get people to read it. All it is saying is that the standard model of quantum physics, in which every particle has a mirror or anti-particle, has been called into question by these extra photons they keep detecting. But it was already called into question because it predicted the Higgs-Boson to be at 115 gev, and when they detected it, which they did do, it weighed much more than predicted by the standard model.
     
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  7. MMouse Now you enter...the shredder Banned

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    What exactly would be a god particle?
     
  8. Pliny Pete Puts Butts In Seats

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    Looks like the great philosopher Shaggy 2 Dope was right again
    Fuckin scientists
     
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    Ahh' science. It's 100% irrefutable proof of something, until it isn't.
     
  10. usmctanker242 Red Belt

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    Reading this a few times they're not talking about the Higgs Boson (so-called God Particle), but another series of observations, completely unrelated to the Higgs. They are saying that what they thought would be something significant, ie the 750 GeV photons, turned out to be just to be a coincidence. The Higgs Boson would have an energy of roughly 125GeV, so these photons are not related at all to the Higgs.

    They are saying there will be an information dump later today... I'm definitely keeping my eye on this, but I'm certain they're not talking about the Higgs Boson, or the so-called "God Particle."
     
  11. PubliusVentidius Brown Belt

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    Is that the definition of science they taught you at sunday school?
     
  12. MMouse Now you enter...the shredder Banned

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    What exactly are they saying could be a god particle?
     
  13. Organic Damage Vantablack belt

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    So are you saying there's a pantheon of god particles now? Great...

    Soon we'll have holy wars between atheists, like "My God particle is superior to your God particle!"
     
  14. Jack Reacheround Never Go Black

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    It is a name given to a particle that gives other particles their mass. It has nothing to do with religion. It is a whimsical name.
     
  15. MMouse Now you enter...the shredder Banned

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    I honestly thought they were referring to a diety.
     
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    They're not saying that they didn't find the Higgs-Bosun or that the Higgs-Bosun doesn't exist. Back in December, they thought that they had found evidence of a new particle not predicted by the Standard Model of physics. Something that was like a bigger, badder, Higgs-Bosun. They now know that that "new particle" does not exist. They're disappointed because, it means that there is nothing new or exiting in the world of physics.

    There was a lot of disappointment when they found Higgs-Bosun as well (notably from Stephen Hawking), because all it did was re-confirm that the Standard Model is correct and that there was nothing new under the sun. Physicists are strange breed; they're like marathon runners stuck on treadmills.
     
  17. jabba the punk Purple Belt

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    Though the link does seem to be credible, never dismiss the probability that perhaps this link is bad.

    I just conducted my own (brief google) search on this topic. Nothing pertaining to your claim, or the claim of your link, is popping up. Maybe if I were to dig deeper, I'd find more.

    I'm unconvinced unless I see more sources back this claim.
     
  18. usmctanker242 Red Belt

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    The Wired article doesn't even mention the god particle, just TS in the original post.

    This article talks about some phenomenon they observed, which they didn't expect, but it turns out it wasn't new physics, just chance.
     
  19. Cheese Banned Banned

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    No. From what @Soda Popinsky and @usmctanker242 are saying,I now see that this is a DIFFERENT partilce they thought they found and not talking about the God Partilce. I will edit the OP.
     
  20. jabba the punk Purple Belt

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    Shit happens. Good information, nonetheless.
     

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