Category Archives: Physics

Written on Apr, 01, 2012 by in | Leave a comment
An illusion of the way. Earth’s gravity creates a depression in the fabric of space-time

It was quite a disappointment for me that Einstein had been unable to find a place for God up in space – the eclectic choice where God was believed to live for generations. The famous American scientist, Carl Saga writes in his book, Demon-Haunted World: There is much that science doesn’t understand; many mysteries still to be solved. In a …

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It was quite a disappointment for me that Einstein had been unable to find a place for God up in space – the eclectic choice where God was believed to live for generations. The famous American scientist, Carl Saga writes in his book, Demon-Haunted World: There is much that science doesn’t understand; many mysteries still to be solved. In a …

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Written on Dec, 13, 2011 by in | Leave a comment

At last, scientists are nearer to finding the beginning of the universe without God. On Wednesday December 14 2011 scientists working on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN in Geneva revealed the conclusive evidence of their finding of the Higgs boson – the mysterious subatomic particle neutrino and there are hopes the findings could be confirmed next year. The …

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Written on Jun, 30, 2011 by in | Leave a comment

There is a gold rush to find the “God particle”. One is at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) experiment in Geneva – The European Organisation for Nuclear Research, better known by its historic acronym CERN. The LHC crosses the border between two countries. 200 feet underground, a proton does a 17-mile lap (circumference) at nearly the speed of light. Guided …

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Prof Higgins wipes a tear after God particles were found 40 years after he predicted

THE SEARCH BEGINS Oct 11 2010 There is a gold rush to find the “God particle”. One is at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) experiment in Geneva – The European Organisation for Nuclear Research, better known by its historic acronym CERN. The LHC crosses the border between two countries. 200 feet underground, a proton does a 17-mile lap (circumference) at …

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