CORAL GABLES (LALATE) – Purported God Particle and Higgs Boson evidence will prompt a CERN live announcement Wednesday July 4, 2012. Findings about the God Particle, Higgs Boson, and evidence about the beginning of the universe will be the subject of a major news announcement by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) on July 4 inside their Swiss-French complex. The findings by teams ATLAS and CMS are the result of efforts with the $10 billion Large Hadron Collider over the years.
But don’t call this news announcement a “discovery” proclamation. Officials are careful to tell news that laymen may believe it’s a discovery. But the evidence that they have found are suggestive of a Higgs existing, without seeing it. They confirm to news today that what they have found is the footprint of the key particle that comprises a Higgs boson
CERN spokesman James Gillies tells news that the findings are comparable to finding a fossilized imprint of a dinosaur. Hence Gillies confirms that the findings do not amount to a “discovery” technically. Moreover, researchers are not embracing the words “God particle”, the popular term coined by Leon Lederman.
The Higgs bosom was first put forward in theories in the 1960s by Scottish physicist Peter Higg. But officials tell news that the latest findings will be presented to news in Geneva this week, in Australia, and at conferences in October and December featuring ATLAS and CMS teams.