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Crunch-time over Higgs

The ATLAS group at CERN claims to see a ‘hint’ of Higgs in their event statistics around energies of 125 GeV. As fields and particles are viewed as complementary, why does the Higgs Field get little mention. Does the term … Continue reading

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Supersymmetry = pseudoscience – put ‘on the spot’

LHC results put supersymmetry theory ‘on the spot’  – Pallab Ghosh – BBC 27 August 2011 Researchers failed to find evidence of so-called “supersymmetric” particles, which many physicists had hoped would plug holes in the current theory. Theorists admit they may have … Continue reading

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