Tag Archives: CERN
What is the Higgs Boson & Why is it Important?
Scientists at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider have done it–they have announced the existence of a new particle that may be the Higgs Boson. The Higgs would be an important discovery because it might explain why elementary particles have mass and how … Continue reading
One Year Old Today & Pondering Creation
Touchy Subjects is one year old today! The first Touchy Subjects post, “Pipe Ceremony & Electromagnetic Fields,” was uploaded exactly one year ago today. Thirty-five posts and over 3,200 views later, Touchy Subjects is going strong and I’m excited about … Continue reading
Peeks at Alternate Universes & Flowing Fundamental Matter
I was reading about a couple of physics breakthroughs that I thought I would share with you: a peek into an alternate universe and a peek at fundamental matter at the very beginning of our universe. From today’s Globe & … Continue reading