The Higgs Bosun walks into a Catholic Church. 'You're not welcome here!' says the priest.
'Well,' says the Higgs Bosun, 'you can't have Mass without me.'
So apparently every single bit of every single corner of everything is jammed full of these cheeky little particles! It effectively proves Standard Theory.
It doesn't make my head hurt any less when I read anything by Stephen Hawking though.
I'm surrounded by nerds. No wonder I feel at home.
I thought this was kind of mind blowing, too:
Nobody wants to be surrounded by Lauren Hill.
I can't even watch the video.
So now even you don't read your posts?
Excellent interview with Stephen Hawking on this on UK TV last night, where in his excellent robo-voice he said "I lost a bet with Professor Higgs over this, I guess I am £100 down."
What a liar. The man's already skin and bones. He doesn't have one-hundred pounds to lose.
His special chair gizmo weighs at least a hundred pounds.
What are the Higgs-Boson's made of, huh?
Answer that, you sons-of-bitchezzz...
They're elementary particles.
"In particle physics, an elementary particle or fundamental particle is a particle not known to have substructure, thus it is not known to be made up of smaller particles. If an elementary particle truly has no substructure, then it is one of the basic building blocks of the universe from which all other particles are made. In the Standard Model of particle physics, the elementary particles include the fundamental fermions (including quarks, leptons, and their antiparticles), and the fundamental bosons (including gauge bosons and the Higgs boson)"
So it's made up of millions of little pixies, by God?
yeah but like there could be more stuff down there
There's no stuff. I shave...down there.
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