As Supersymmetry Fails, Physicists Looking for New Models


As the Large Hadron Collider has been unable to find any of the particles suggested by supersymmetry, theoretical particle physicists are trying to change their worldview, away from supersymmetry to theories that could explain the results.

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CERN Announces Discovery of Higgs-Like Particle in the 125 GeV Range


Too much fanfare, and a packed press room, CERN physicists announced in the early morning of July 4th the discovery of a new particle that behaves similarly to what is expected of the Higgs boson. Press release issued today by CERN

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Higgs Boson Might Have Been Discovered by LHC High Energy Physicists


In the high energy physics community, rumor and speculation is rife that Large Hadron Collider scientists will announce the discovery of the Higgs boson during the International Conference on High Energy Physics, occurring in Melbourne, Australia, July 4 to 11.

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More Data of Elusive Higgs Boson from Defunct US Tevatron Collider


The elusive Higgs boson might have been spotted in the data collected by the Tevatron, a now shuttered collider at Fermilab in Batavia, Illinois. The existence of the Higgs boson is predicted by the Standard Model of particle physics.

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Higgs Boson Signals Gain Strength at Large Hadron Collider


In December, it was announced that the two main experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), which is still the world’s largest and highest-energy particle accelerator, had possibly ferreted out the inscrutable Higgs boson. Today, the experiments at the LHC submitted the results of their analyses.

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Is The Higgs Boson Trying To Sabotage The LHC?

Two physicists are speculating that the Higgs boson is trying to sabotage the Large Hadron Collider, by going back in time and messing it up so that the Higgs won’t be found. Sounds like science-fiction, but the researchers are quite serious.