Geneva: Scientists from Cern
will soon announce whether the tests done in the Large Hadron Collider, for the discovery of Higgs Boson particle better known as God Particle
which they presented in December, 2011 have been strengthened or grown weaker over the past six months.
Although the results may not be strong enough to declare an official discovery, there are rumors that suggest that enough evidence has been found to prove the existence of God Particle.
Finding the Higgs Boson would provide the last piece of evidence for the Standard Model, the most widely accepted explanation of how the Universe works.
The particle was first proposed in a theory by British physicist Peter Higgs in 1964, and the word boson that is derived from the name of Indian physicist Satyendra Nath Bose
. If the God Particle is found, it would prove the existence of the Higgs Field, an invisible force which gives particles their mass and prevents them from whizzing through the universe at the speed of light.