To the editor:
Higgs boson - theoretically, what's holding the universe together. Has CERN, the European organization for nuclear research, discovered God?
Higgs is sometimes dubbed the "God particle" to the scientific community's dismay because equating God into the dialogue is against the astrophysicist's religion.
God has almost been confirmed by ramming protons together at CERN's European supercollider at nearly the speed of light.
The God particle might shed light on what's holding the universe together, other than God himself.
Scientists like to confuse everybody so they are the only ones who know what they're talking about. Like latitude and longitude, why didn't they just say up and down and sideways. I might have passed geography.
So it goes with their tricks with the universe, and the dark matter and dark energy which comprises most of the universe, is all around us. If it's invisible, why not call it light energy and see through matter so the lay person knows what to look for? Neither the lay person nor the astrophysicist knows what they are doing, so roll your own ideas.
CERN running protons together, experimenting to try and solve the mystery of the creation of the universe, might be sorry to have discovered the God particle.
Some surmise that when the big bang runs out of energy to expand, it will reverse and we will have a big collapse.
Some believe that someday the end will come. Through God's hand or the God particle, Higgs boson proves it might happen.
Higgs boson, "God particle" or God - if something disrupts the motion of subatomic particles CERN has been ramming together at nearly the speed of light and which disintegrate instantaneously, then it's possible the universe will disappear just as fast as it happened.