Higgs boson-like particle discovery
claimed at LHC
On July 4th, 2012, scientists from CERN and working with the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) on the Franco-Swiss border have claimed the discovery of a new particle consistent with the Higgs boson. Two teams worked separately and made the discovery at the LHC: one named Atlas, led by Fabiola Gianotti, and the other CMS, led by Incandela. The CMS team claimed they had seen a “bump” in their data corresponding to a particle weighing in at 125.3 gigaelectronvolts (GeV) – about 133 times heavier than the protons that lie at the heart of every atom.
Whether it is the Higgs particle, also called the”scalar boson”, which may have been finally found, has yet to be determined by scientists at CERN, but scientists are certain they have found something new. For 45 years they have been searching for the Higgs boson which would give us 5 bosons: the photon, the gluon, the W boson and the Z boson, and now the Higgs boson. It was named after Prof. Peter Higgs who contemplated that it must exist in order to give particles mass. If it does exist, it is thought to be a bridge to understand the 96% of the Universe that remains obscure, namely dark energy and dark matter.
Although called the “God particle” it really means the existence of an invisible force field and associated sub-atomic particle that works like glue or molasses to give form to stars, planets, life forms and molecules. Without the particle, everything would be more like soup, just speeding around the universe. The new discovery may be showing support for a theory known as “super-symmetry” where particles do not just come in pairs (e.g.,matter and anti-matter), but quadruplets, all with slightly different characteristics. Again no one is sure what the results really mean and perhaps it is just the opening to a greater number of particles in the universe! The Keys of Enoch® (e.g. 302: 8, 302:18) there will be new, addiional particle relationships which will reveal our on-going evolution into the Higher Evolution.