Friday, July 6, 2012

Higgs boson (God particle) and why is it so important?

So far, about particle-induced (collider) Great CERN (LHC) has been much discussed and reviewed faster than light particles to the possibility of using it as a time machinewe have said. Over the past two days this giant machine, the noise feet and a lot of headlines in the scientific world is sitting. All about the Higgs boson or God particle and its discovery by scientists at CERN to speak, is really excited physicists. The CMS experiment at CERN's senior analyst, "We are now at a crossroads (presence or absence of the Higgs boson) and we can finally make my way to choose. Let a little easier to deal with this and see just what a fight!

What are bosons?

Following a boson particle - is nuclear. Atomic particles, protons, neutrons, and electrons are. While in the Greek world of the atom was indivisible, meaning, modern scientists also found that atomic particles to particles following sections - are atomic.The following particles - Atomic including quarks, leptons and bosons can be.

Higgs boson is

Missing the last part of the standard model Higgs ( Standard Model ) is. The main building blocks of theory to explain the world. and have not had any crime. Some particles (like photons of light that are components) are not affected by this field and therefore no crime. But good luck the rest of the particles and photons were stuck to the spoon in the soup, the energy trapped in this field. Imagine as a party. Regular guests who do not know each other quickly and without any notice of rejection will be together. In some specific particle, the Higgs boson will absorb a larger group and will have more crime. Higgs particle has so far only a theory, for the first time in 1964 by physicist into six scientific hypothesis was that They had the Briton Peter Higgs. But the search for these hypothetical particles from the early 1980s began. The first experiments in the Fermilab Tevatron collider using near Chicago and now at CERN were performed with a device similar to (but much larger) are followed. But the main focus of this particle, starting from 2010 and the LHC, was formed. 

What is the standard model?

Place in the standard model of physics as the science of biology is evolution. The theory and interpretation that best describes how physicists have been able to get together to provide blocks to the world. This theory explains how fundamental particles 12 are controlled by four main force.
A total of 61 particles.

Kobe particle (collider) is large, or LHC?

I guess to answer the orange readers already know from a long time and have good knowledge of it. Large Hadron Collider at CERN's big collider or the largest and most powerful particle separator device in the world. LHC is a circular pipe at a depth of 27 kilometers 100 meters of land has been formed between France and Switzerland.Information out of the trillions of collisions that each had a small light to reveal the universe's fundamental particles: the Higgs boson. The God Particle hunting process, and work is very time consuming. 

Where is the particle threshold of proof?

Scientists to achieve this discovery, for the purpose of certainty and confidence had to say it 5sigma. ATLAS and CMS to work simultaneously on the Higgs had started. 

Why find the Higgs boson is so important?

Martin Archer physicist at Imperial College London, said:
Higgs boson, the last piece missing from our current understanding of the fundamental essence of the cosmos. 

Why is the Higgs boson ‪, ‬ say God particle?

How are scientists looking for Higgs bosons were?

In the past eighteen months, scientists search for the Higgs particle with high energy protons in the particle to knock Kobe (collider) at CERN in Geneva, which has $ 10 billion, have continued. Maybe some kind of a statistical event. "Higgs boson in a run, and immediately the moment there are rapidly being destroyed. According to Archer, scientists at CERN can only remains to find the Higgs boson Frapashy. with assistance and guidance of her doctor Rahmanipour, Ph.D. in physics, particle orientation. 

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