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BRKG-CERN: First Large Hadron Collider; 'now 99.999999999% sure it has found the Higgs boson'!! One Higgs, or TWO?

 
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BRKG-CERN: First Large Hadron Collider; 'now 99.999999999% sure it has found the Higgs boson'!! One Higgs, or TWO?
In one of the last updates before the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) shuts down until 2015, CERN has announced that its observation of the Higgs boson (or a particle that is Higgs-like) is now approaching 7 sigma certainty.

Read more; [link to www.extremetech.com]

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In other words...they released a flock of strangelets upon the earth.

DOOM is certain now.
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Re: BRKG-CERN: First Large Hadron Collider; 'now 99.999999999% sure it has found the Higgs boson'!! One Higgs, or TWO?
CERN: First Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Protons Run Ends With New Milestone


Dec. 17, 2012 — This morning CERN completed the first Large Hadron Collider (LHC) proton run. The remarkable first three-year run of the world's most powerful particle accelerator was crowned by a new performance milestone. The space between proton bunches in the beams was halved to further increase beam intensity.


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World's Largest Atom Smasher Gets Faster

Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience Senior Writer
Date: 17 December 2012 Time: 12:40 PM ET

The Large Hadron Collider is working more efficiently, physicists announced today, with more particles than ever before crammed into the particle accelerator's beams.

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One Higgs, or TWO? 'Twin peaks' in Large Hadron Collider's data could turn physics on its head
The most recent release from the Atlas experiment at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (Cern) shows their data contains two clear peaks indicating new particles.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

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Re: BRKG-CERN: First Large Hadron Collider; 'now 99.999999999% sure it has found the Higgs boson'!! One Higgs, or TWO?
Latest release from Cern indicates that scientists have found two particles contending for the title of Higgs boson
One has slightly more mass than the other, and each decays into different kinds of particles
Findings could challenge the Standard Model of physics, but researchers say they may merely be a statistical blip



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Re: BRKG-CERN: First Large Hadron Collider; 'now 99.999999999% sure it has found the Higgs boson'!! One Higgs, or TWO?
VIDEO: Breaking down the complex mission of CERN:

[youtube] [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

Cannot copy the link for the video. You can find in the link above (video)

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Re: BRKG-CERN: First Large Hadron Collider; 'now 99.999999999% sure it has found the Higgs boson'!! One Higgs, or TWO?
LHC proton run ends with new milestone

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Re: BRKG-CERN: First Large Hadron Collider; 'now 99.999999999% sure it has found the Higgs boson'!! One Higgs, or TWO?
There May Be Two Higgs Boson Particles

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What if the Dec 21, 2012 "event" is about the Higgs Boson?
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Re: BRKG-CERN: First Large Hadron Collider; 'now 99.999999999% sure it has found the Higgs boson'!! One Higgs, or TWO?
What if the Dec 21, 2012 "event" is about the Higgs Boson?
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I don not now. It can be.
But find it strange second Higgs buson.
Maybe it can but they always seek for one part.
Then there must be more of them, or something they did not think about. Something unexpected!
I wil keep update!!

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In other words...they released a flock of strangelets upon the earth.

DOOM is certain now.
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very weird huh damned why are they telling us this now and why the hell are they choosing 12/21 to "shut it down" ?
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Re: BRKG-CERN: First Large Hadron Collider; 'now 99.999999999% sure it has found the Higgs boson'!! One Higgs, or TWO?
What if the Dec 21, 2012 "event" is about the Higgs Boson?
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I don not now. It can be.
But find it strange second Higgs buson.
Maybe it can but they always seek for one part.
Then there must be more of them, or something they did not think about. Something unexpected!
I wil keep update!!
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the whole article, they way they wrote it and presented it was disturbing to me. i didn't like it one bit.
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One Higgs, or TWO? 'Twin peaks' in Large Hadron Collider's data could turn physics on its head

The most recent release from the Atlas experiment at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (Cern) shows their data contains two clear peaks indicating new particles.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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Same thing.

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What if the Dec 21, 2012 "event" is about the Higgs Boson?
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It is not.
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In other words...they released a flock of strangelets upon the earth.

DOOM is certain now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16841035

very weird huh damned why are they telling us this now and why the hell are they choosing 12/21 to "shut it down" ?
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They aren't. IT's shutting down now. This was literally the last test before shutdown.
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Re: BRKG-CERN: First Large Hadron Collider; 'now 99.999999999% sure it has found the Higgs boson'!! One Higgs, or TWO?
the number of man is 666. number translates to reckoning. like the reckoning...thy number is up. the cern logo is a 666, most people know that.
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Re: BRKG-CERN: First Large Hadron Collider; 'now 99.999999999% sure it has found the Higgs boson'!! One Higgs, or TWO?
In other words...they released a flock of strangelets upon the earth.

DOOM is certain now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16841035

very weird huh damned why are they telling us this now and why the hell are they choosing 12/21 to "shut it down" ?
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They aren't. IT's shutting down now. This was literally the last test before shutdown.
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i know that. this is the last "test" and they said they are shutting it down 12/21. and your point was?
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Re: BRKG-CERN: First Large Hadron Collider; 'now 99.999999999% sure it has found the Higgs boson'!! One Higgs, or TWO?
In other words...they released a flock of strangelets upon the earth.

DOOM is certain now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16841035

very weird huh damned why are they telling us this now and why the hell are they choosing 12/21 to "shut it down" ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30177801


They aren't. IT's shutting down now. This was literally the last test before shutdown.
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I read in articles it is shutting down about two days. I do did not now for sure. Cannot find credible sources.
Start up again in 2015.

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Re: BRKG-CERN: First Large Hadron Collider; 'now 99.999999999% sure it has found the Higgs boson'!! One Higgs, or TWO?
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC), which is the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator, located in Geneva, Switzerland, has completed its first three years of proton runs and will be suspending the rest until 2015. The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) made the announcement yesterday morning.

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It is closed now!! No doom.
But yes we maybe have two higs particels!
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The Large Hadron Collider (LHC), which is the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator, located in Geneva, Switzerland, has completed its first three years of proton runs and will be suspending the rest until 2015. The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) made the announcement yesterday morning.

[link to www.slashgear.com]

It is closed now!! No doom.
But yes we maybe have two higs particels!
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closed, yeah right.

Seriously, my guess is they won't miss the 21st Dec opportunity, it will simply go in the dark..

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Re: BRKG-CERN: First Large Hadron Collider; 'now 99.999999999% sure it has found the Higgs boson'!! One Higgs, or TWO?
In other words they found the key, and the door was opened,and now we wait and see who it is that comes through the door,on that date etched in time on the 21 dec 2012.

bless you all
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In other words they found the key, and the door was opened,and now we wait and see who it is that comes through the door,on that date etched in time on the 21 dec 2012.

bless you all
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