Dark Sky Finder. Stone age man. The Best Science Online. Star Wars. Higgs boson posts on CNET. Cananugur. Higgs boson physicist shunned in Pakistan. In what is perhaps a sign of the growing Islamic extremism in the country, Pakistan's only Nobel laureate, who helped develop the theoretical framework that led to the apparent discovery of the subatomic "God particle" last week, is being largely scorned in his homeland because of his religious affiliation.
Adbus Salam, who died in 1996, was once hailed as a national hero for his pioneering work in physics and his contribution to Pakistan's nuclear programme. Now his name is stricken from school textbooks because he was a member of the Ahmadi sect that has been persecuted by the government and targeted by Taliban militants, who view them as heretics. Their plight – along with that of Pakistan's other religious minorities, such as Shiite Muslims and Hindus – has deepened in recent years as hardline interpretations of Islam have gained ground and militants have stepped up attacks against groups they oppose. The majority of Pakistan's citizens are Sunni Muslims. India: less about Higgs, more about the boson. What would the Higgs boson-like particle sound like?
Here's What the Higgs Boson Sounds Like - Megan Garber. The particle, set to music, plays like a jaunty tango.
God seen by naked human eye using THC – lavakafle
LHC data as music - interesting fact. Hear a Higgs through its data. Image of the ATLAS experiment's preliminary data that was turned into a musical score by Vicinanza.
The area marked in a red circle (notes 25-27, or 3.5 seconds into the music) is a Higgs particle. Top image, front page image, & below music tracks courtesy Domenico Vicinanza. What is the Higgs boson? The hunt for the Higgs boson particle.
Higgs bosun: Is it an imposter? Notes and Errata by Mark Morford. There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, itwill instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable.There is another theory which states that this has already happened.– The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy I am delighted to report, we think we might know.
I am thrilled to announce, we think we are getting closer to a fundamental understanding of something we cannot, shall not, will not ever really get all that close to understanding, by nature of the fact that if you could get all that close to it, it wouldn’t be the thing you think it is in the first place. Isn’t life grand? Does that ever stop us? That never really stops us. We are, after all, a species that loves to know. We must agree on a basic framework. Perhaps you heard? The Large Hadron Collider, giving particle physicists wet dreams since 1994. The Higgs Boson, The Universe, Probability Factors. So the “God Particle” has a 99.9% probability exists…… what does this mean?
Simply put it has improbability of 0.1%. Let us compare this to a probability that has many South Africans riveted week after week. 0,0000072%....... That's the probability of winning more than R2.5 Million Rand in the South African Lottery...... And yet there always seems to be a queue at the machine on Lotto night...... Oh, but hang on apparently our universe is possibly finite..... Ok, but then there is also a possibility that other universes also exist......
What if our universe is in fact a charged ion within an atom located on the toe of a gigantic turtle traveling through space eternally to an unknown destination (Thanks Terry Prachett).... Or is all and everything just a queue (abstract data type) The Goddamn particle and the prophets of CERN: Some thoughts on the Higgs Boson. By Michael Hanlon PUBLISHED: 15:52 GMT, 10 July 2012 | UPDATED: 15:52 GMT, 10 July 2012 A few words on the Higgs Boson that might have slipped you by.
Firstly, the idea seems to have taken hold that the Higgs Mechanism is entirely responsible for mass. This is not true. In ordinary matter, the Higgs field interacts with the valence quarks which make up the protons and neutrons of the atomic nuclei plus the electrons. Adding up these ‘rest masses’ of the fundamental particles gives a figure that is about one one-hundredth of the measured mass of whole protons and neutrons.