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Scientists find proof of 'God particle' (VIDEO)

★~DoctorWhoGuru~★ 2012/07/03 05:06:32
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  • Jeff Vader 2012/07/03 05:41:05
    Jeff Vader
    +11
    A Higgs-Boson particle walks up to a Catholic church.

    The priest stops him outside and says "I'm sorry, you can't go in"

    And the Higgs-Boson says "But you can't have mass without me!"

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  • Tim 2012/08/23 17:36:13
    Tim
    COOOOOLLLLL :)
  • art1ej 2012/07/14 16:17:22
    art1ej
    +1
    Awesome.....
  • 8bitgonemad 2012/07/10 00:59:09
    8bitgonemad
    +1
    Incredible
  • Picasso's Cat 2012/07/05 01:00:38
    Picasso's Cat
    +4
    One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind to becoming Gods ourselves, and debunking religious fanaticism once and for all.
  • Veni Vidi 2012/07/04 09:35:22
    Veni Vidi
    +1
    How come religious nuts don't jump up and down (on Oprah's couch?) and scream how all this is "just a theory"? After all, nobody has ever seen god, so how can he claim he has his own particle?
  • Me 2012/07/04 05:39:21
  • Marianne 2012/07/04 04:24:20
    Marianne
    +1
    It is exciting to follow the many scientific discoveries. Sometimes, progress seems slow, and sometimes fast. This is again a decisive step. It is indeed the Higgs boson, nicknamed the "God particle" by Ledermann ...
  • DFA 2012/07/03 21:33:21
    DFA
    +2
    Ahhh science. How you explain things better than speculation and faith.
  • ~head~first~fearless~ 2012/07/03 18:16:20
    ~head~first~fearless~
    +1
    His pants are so YELLOW! Very excited if they really did find the God Particle! That'll be amazing!
  • Fenabarb 2012/07/03 11:46:48
    Fenabarb
    +1
    A leading researcher in the field, once dubbed it the “goddamn” particle, because it has proved so hard to isolate. That name was changed by a editor to the “God” particle, and has ended up in my view confusing many people.
  • BritPunk 2012/07/03 10:34:13
    BritPunk
    +3
    But will it stop these two arguing ??
    jesdar
  • Curmudgeon BritPunk 2012/07/03 16:44:47
    Curmudgeon
    +2
    These two actually have no debate, creationism talks about the magical origins of the universe and how nothing evolves over time, Darwin's theory of evolution talks about how things change over time after they were created.

    I think you have been fed some lies from a local pastor.
  • BritPunk Curmudgeon 2012/07/03 18:48:13
    BritPunk
    First t para, spot on old bean :-)
  • beach bum 2012/07/03 10:06:03
  • P. Sturm 2012/07/03 08:38:20
    P. Sturm
    +1
    Not yet, it take 5-sigma, (five standard deviations) to claim evidence of a discovery. The media is jumping the gun again. FermiLab's at a little over 3-sigma.
  • Radical Ed P. Sturm 2012/07/04 14:30:02
    Radical Ed
    4.9 now
  • P. Sturm Radical Ed 2012/07/04 16:02:57
    P. Sturm
    Excellent, I've ridden this stats data horse with some CERN folks for two years now, up and down. I'm tried and I want to get off!!!
  • "SennaKoshiba" 2012/07/03 07:29:43
    "SennaKoshiba"
    +1
    Absolutely AMAZING!! :D
  • Annette 2012/07/03 07:24:24
    Annette
    +1
    I heard this on the radio earlier... I have never been so excited in my life.
  • TheCouchF*cker 2012/07/03 06:24:58
  • "SennaK... TheCouc... 2012/07/03 07:31:08
    "SennaKoshiba"
    +1
    IKR?!? >w<~ <3
  • Jeff Vader 2012/07/03 05:41:05
    Jeff Vader
    +11
    A Higgs-Boson particle walks up to a Catholic church.

    The priest stops him outside and says "I'm sorry, you can't go in"

    And the Higgs-Boson says "But you can't have mass without me!"
  • "SennaK... Jeff Vader 2012/07/03 07:31:27
    "SennaKoshiba"
    +2
    Awesome XD
  • Rob Wil... Jeff Vader 2012/07/03 10:01:35
    Rob Williams
    +4
    Sheldon approves!

    sheldon
  • Rusty S... Jeff Vader 2012/07/03 11:38:37
  • Your Favorite Nerd 2012/07/03 05:39:35
    Your Favorite Nerd
    +1
    Who knows if it is or not, but it is still pretty cool.
  • ~HopelessRomanticM17~ 2012/07/03 05:35:54
    ~HopelessRomanticM17~
    +2
    Science can only tell you something that can be tested....

    The presence of a God cannot be proven or dis-proven. Because it is untestable.
  • Curmudgeon ~Hopele... 2012/07/03 16:46:28
    Curmudgeon
    +1
    This is why no faithful person can ever say that their god is the only true one, since none of the previous gods discussed in mythology have ever been proven or dis proven either. It's a wonderful circle or ignorance.
  • ~Hopele... Curmudgeon 2012/07/04 02:18:26
    ~HopelessRomanticM17~
    But it goes both ways. You can't prove that their isn't a God. You can't prove their is one. It's all a matter of faith and different ways of knowing.
  • Curmudgeon ~Hopele... 2012/07/04 04:55:28
    Curmudgeon
    It's more than likely that everyone can't be right about the various gods they experience, talk to, and have been saved by. So, as a matter of faith, I'm sure that somebody is wrong or just making it all up.

    The question is who and how many faiths are based on gods that are not there.
  • The_Inf... ~Hopele... 2012/07/05 21:48:22
    The_Infidel_Atheist
    It doesn't go both ways. If I were to claim that a teapot was orbiting the Sun somewhere in space between the Earth and Mars, it would be nonsensical for me to expect you to believe me, on the grounds that you couldn't prove me wrong. That's why the burden of proof is on the one claiming the existence of something.
  • Eoghan ~Hopele... 2012/07/05 04:44:02
    Eoghan
    +2
    It is very easy to prove if something exists, not so easy to prove it doesn't
  • Not Einstein 2012/07/03 05:29:01
    Not Einstein
    +2
    I don't know, I find the Aussie accent so distracting I have difficulty following what they say. That, and the yellow pants. Somewhat distracting.
  • Astro Not Ein... 2012/07/03 11:47:19
    Astro
    Being Aussie, I was able to follow the whole thing...
  • Not Ein... Astro 2012/07/25 03:20:48
    Not Einstein
    But are you wearing banana yellow britches?
  • Astro Not Ein... 2012/07/25 06:03:08
    Astro
    I don't wear banana yellow... What does the wearing of banana yellow have to do with being able to listen to the whole thing without being distracted?
  • ScatterJoy! 2012/07/03 05:10:03
    ScatterJoy!
    +5
    OMG - I love that old guy's yellow pants!

    But, are they talking about the Higgs Boson particle? If yes, then exciting things are coming - but then again, that's always been true of technology and innovation. The ever retreating horizon is always our limit - isn't it a cool time to be alive!
  • ~head~f... Scatter... 2012/07/03 18:12:05
    ~head~first~fearless~
    Yeah, Higgs Boson is also called the "God" Particle.
  • Scatter... ~head~f... 2012/07/03 23:17:32
    ScatterJoy!
    So bitchin!!!! Just imagine all the stuff we still don't know!
  • ~head~f... Scatter... 2012/07/15 19:49:15
    ~head~first~fearless~
    +1
    Yeah, right? It's exciting :D

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