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    Whether the people would understand or not, but the excavation of god’s particle in the universe shall provide the enough motivation to the scientists and the admirer of the science.This achievement has brought laurels not only for the scientists involved but the world will be able to recognise the origin of the universe and with that new more discoveries would be possible further on.The discovery also holds its significance because of the fact that, ever since the space exploration started this is the major breakthrough of its kind.There has been certain efforts in the past to get this one but everytime the things went away.

    The particle is named as Higgs-boson.The particle was hypothesised in 1964 by six physicists, including Briton Peter Higgs, whose name it came to bear.Boson, on the other hand, is derived from the surname of Indian physicist, Satyendra Nath Bose, a contemporary of Albert Einstein. Bose’s work on Quantum Mechanics was adopted by Einstein, who extended it to the concept of the Bose-Einstein condensate- a dense collection of bosons, sub-atomic particles with integer spin.For 50 years, finding the missing Higgs was one of the most puzzling riddles of Quantum Physics, and led scientists to set up the 3 billion euros Large Hadron Collider, the world’s biggest and most powerful particle accelerator.
    The Higgs particles are believed to have transferred mass to the millions of other particles in the process of creation of the universe.

    The achievement strive the oppurtunity to look deeply into our existence and would disclose the every possible clue.It has almost billions of years since the big-bang and its existence has been excavated now, it took lots of time but it came finally.The milestone would definitely motivate the younger ones to take science seriously and immensely.


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