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CERN Got a Glimpse of God

At the Large Hadron Collider (CERN), scientists are smashing subatomic particles together at close to the speed of light, hoping to see the "God particle," otherwise known as the Higgs Boson (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to these shows). Now they think they've caught a glimpse of it!

The existence of the "God particle" will hopefully resolve inconsistencies that now exist in theoretical physics. The Higgs Boson was given that nickname in 1933 by the Nobel prize-winning physicist Leon Lederman. Higgs, who discovered the particle which is named after him, hates that name. In the Guardian, Ian Sample quotes him as saying, "I find it embarrassing because, though I'm not a believer myself, I think it is the kind of misuse of terminology which I think might offend some people."

He quotes physicist Matt Strassler as saying, "(It's) exciting, but far too early to be sure this is anything interesting. (But) this is certainly something we'll be watching."

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