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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAstroZoom View Post
    Yup thats part of it for sure....its the whole "creation" debate "of matter out of nothing", etc.

    The Higgs boson particle is referred to as the "God particle"; as scientist searching for its existence feel its a key puzzle piece in the scientific explanation of the origin of the universe. (ie. the touch of God - Big Bang).

    For any Dan Brown fans its also discussed in Angels and Demon's with CERN and its Large Hadron Collider.

    Explained in videos/cartoons: http://www.upi.com/blog/2012/07/03/T...3881341332153/
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDogsHunt View Post
    Yup thats part of it for sure....its the whole "creation" debate "of matter out of nothing", etc.

    The Higgs boson particle is referred to as the "God particle"; as scientist searching for its existence feel its a key puzzle piece in the scientific explanation of the origin of the universe. (ie. the touch of God - Big Bang).

    For any Dan Brown fans its also discussed in Angels and Demon's with CERN and its Large Hadron Collider.

    Explained in videos/cartoons: http://www.upi.com/blog/2012/07/03/T...3881341332153/
    See the quote from page 1 ... the originator of the phrase wasn't really referring to God at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAstroZoom View Post
    See the quote from page 1 ... the originator of the phrase wasn't really referring to God at all.
    Yup, all about giving mass!

    While the originator and scientist dont like the reference, for the layman, it helps them appreciate the concept of "how did it all begin"!!!
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