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The recent discovery at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) of a massive particle "consistent with" the predicted properties of the Higgs boson hit the news with the force of a hurricane. But the phrase "consistent with" suggests that the CERN observation may also be "consistent with" other types of particle. Is it or isn't it? We're going to attempt to clarify the situation for you... Continue Reading Is it or isn't it? The Higgs boson story

Section: Research Watch

Tags: CERN, Detection, Higgs boson, LHC, Particle physics

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