If God exists, then presumably he made the particle. Perhaps he is the particle.

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2011 December 23
Without mass, sub-atomic particles would fly through the cosmos at the speed of light, unable to bind together atoms. Read more:

Today I again read something about the Higgs particle and here are some excerpts:

 

At the heart of it all is a particle known as the Higgs Boson, named after theorist Peter Higgs who in 1964 postulated that a mystery particle, then not yet identified, creates mass, even in empty space.

But even if it does exist, this God particle is so small that no human being will ever witness it, or be able to use it.

It would explain very neatly how particles that make up atoms get their mass, something which has baffled science for years.

“We know that without mass, sub-atomic particles would fly through the cosmos at the speed of light, unable to bind together atoms – the building blocks of everything in the universe.”

But what scientists didn’t know, and still don’t until the new findings are proved, possibly next year, is that there is an unknown energy field where this mystery mass occurs.

“Imagine a grain of matter constantly flipping head-over-heels, being forced to move slower than its natural speed, that of light, by making it heavy. We believe that this is what the Higgs Boson is doing, giving mass to virtually all the matter we know about.”

“If God exists, then presumably he (or she) made the particle. Perhaps he (or she) is the particle.”

 

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