What Is The God Particle A.K.A Higgs Boson?

How can we expect a lot of the youths to be interesting in science, when theories and terms such as the God Particle aren’t explained in more simplified terms! This is why I think Einstein was the “coolest’ scientist ever. He was “art” and for the people.

I am not a physicist…therefore I made an attempt to make this confusing subject of The God Particle a/k/a Higgs bison more simplified.

The God Particle aka Higgs boson is a name adopted by Nobel Prize-winning physicist, Leon Lederman. 

Higgs boson is a Subatomic particle.  Subatomic particles are smaller than an atom.
Electrons, neutrons and protons are the three main subatomic particles found in an atom.

The God Particle is a yet undetected particle thought to give all other particles their mass.
It is the key to understanding mass in the universe.

The particle’s ability to explain a lot about the universe earned it the cool nickname, the “God particle.”

Soundtrack: Lepidoptera


About soundanation

Sound Designer, Electronic, Experimental, Audiovisual, and Multimedia Artist, with emphasis on Film/T.V and visual mediums. Craig Brown aka Sounda is a former Performance Artist with work featured within Compilation CDs, and tracks licensed for film and TV, just to name a few. My experience with the paranormal and connections to the cosmos, inspired a lot of my work. My goals include pushing the limit of Art through Sound and Music and establishing a strong foundation with my contribution in Film and TV. Favorite Lyric: You are just another brick in the wall by Pink Floyd Activities and Thoughts: Flying, stargazing, battling supernatural forces. There is no such thing as silence, silence has a sound. I am trying to figure out what lies within the 11th Dimension. I wonder if the beautiful ring planet is ready to take me back. Craft: Unidentified.
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