“Things cannot be as simple as our Standard Model.”

Standard Model: There must be much, much more - Comment on 2013 June 5

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“There are so many questions that the model doesn’t answer: There must be much, much more.” Read more:

Here some news of today:

 

More mysteries, says scientist

Francois Englert, the Belgian physicist widely tipped to share a Nobel prize this year with Britain’s Peter Higgs, said yesterday many cosmic mysteries remained, despite the discovery of the boson that gave shape to the universe.

And he predicted that new signs of the real make-up of the cosmos, and what might lie beyond, should emerge from 2015, when the world’s most powerful research machine – the Large Hadron Collider at Cern – went back into operation.

“Things cannot be as simple as our Standard Model,” he said, referring to the draft concept of how the universe worked, for which the last missing element was provided when the long-sought particle named Higgs was found last year.

“There are so many questions that the model doesn’t answer: There must be much, much more.”

 

See
2010 Dec 17 – Increasing the degree of love
2012 Jan 17 – The problems of the physicists
2012 Feb 25 (5) – These dangerous comedians
2012 Nov 14 – Higgs: Fresh data released at a conference in Kyoto today
2013 May 21 – Where do neutrinos come from?

 

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