I never knew that Higgs had even lost his boson in the first place.
Not just 99%.
Some scientists were concerned that searching for the Higgs Boson would open a black hole and the Earth would be destroyed. The fact that we are reporting to you now shows this didn't happen.
On the News last night they said:QuoteSome scientists were concerned that searching for the Higgs Boson would open a black hole and the Earth would be destroyed. The fact that we are reporting to you now shows this didn't happen.I thought that was pretty funny.
Not just 99%.Perhaps they found a big hairy cornute thing - Higgs' Bison.
Well they did make black holes to look for the this higss Boson. As all black holes we know suck material to them like a big hover, it is not unrealistic to think this could happen.The thing is that we do not know how big the critical mass is for a big hole to start growing. Off-course the scientists stated the critical mass was not big enough (and others stated it was) and the lifetime of the black holes was to short for them to grow. But scientists have been wrong before ...The good old "better safe than sorry" is not the credo for the people working with the LHCWe now do know that the black holes they produced did not reach the critical mass.
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