“It doesn’t matter how beautiful your theory is, how smart you are or what your name is – if it doesn’t agree with the data then it is wrong.”
Physicist Richard Feynman
Physicists investigating the makeup of the universe are closing in on the Higgs boson, an elusive particle thought to have been key to turning debris from the big bang into stars, planets and finally life, scientists said…
Peter Higgs, has weighed into the argument, saying that the authorities at Cern have made a serious mistake by putting so much emphasis on the particle that bears his name….
Columbia Science: Searching for the Higgs Particle
What Happens If We Find the Higgs Particle–or If We Don’t?
The panel included Michael Tuts, Columbia University professor of physics and U.S. ATLAS operations program manager at the Large Hadron Collider at the CERN laboratory in Geneva; Brian Greene, Columbia University professor of physics and mathematics; Dennis Overbye, The New York Times science reporter covering physics; and Mariette DiChristina, editor-in-chief of Scientific American
World Leaders Forum: Searching for the Higgs Particle_Introduction
World Leaders Forum: Searching for the Higgs Particle _Panel
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