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The God Particle
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18 January 2007
Early this year Canada will take part in a multibillion dollar project to find 'The God Particle'—the Higgs Boson—that physicists theorize gives mass to matter.
In a series of breathtaking experiments, physicists will create conditions that existed one thousandth of a billionth of a second after the Big Bang, which are expected to reveal the tiny particle that accounts for mass.
Physicists are excited by the prospect of laying hands on this tiny particle known as 'The God Particle'. It suggests a 'thing' that is also an 'act'—a dynamic idea of something unimaginably small, that is also the size of heaven...
Leading this endeavour is a team of Canadian physicists, continuing a history of Canada's research on the project which dates back fifteen years.
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For references to scientific papers in this area by Dr John Hagelin go to:
http://www.slac.stanford.edu/spires/find/hep/www?rawcmd=a Hagelin, John S
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