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Old July 5th 12, 07:05 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Eureka! Cern announces discovery of Higgs boson 'God particle'!

"It has taken nearly 50 years and cost £2.6bn. Now, at last, the Higgs
boson particle has been found - and a new chapter in our understanding
of the universe can begin."

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/sc...e-7907677.html

Comments last night on talk radio were such as, "Does this mean we no
longer need religion?"

Double-A




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Old July 5th 12, 07:33 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Jul 5, 2:05*pm, Double-A wrote:
Eureka! Cern announces discovery of Higgs boson 'God particle'!

"It has taken nearly 50 years and cost £2.6bn. Now, at last, the Higgs
boson particle has been found - and a new chapter in our understanding
of the universe can begin."

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/sc...nnounces-disco...

Comments last night on talk radio were such as, "Does this mean we no
longer need religion?"

Double-A


Did the Swiss carved the Higgs in stone? Or after spending billions
have the resorted to fudging? I did not see it on CNN. Better if
they found the graviton TreBert
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Old July 5th 12, 07:55 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Jul 5, 11:33*am, "G=EMC^2" wrote:
On Jul 5, 2:05*pm, Double-A wrote:

Eureka! Cern announces discovery of Higgs boson 'God particle'!


"It has taken nearly 50 years and cost £2.6bn. Now, at last, the Higgs
boson particle has been found - and a new chapter in our understanding
of the universe can begin."


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/sc...nnounces-disco...


Comments last night on talk radio were such as, "Does this mean we no
longer need religion?"


Double-A


Did the Swiss carved the Higgs in stone? Or after spending billions
have the resorted to fudging? *I did not see it on CNN. *Better if
they found the graviton *TreBert



Every time you say "Swiss" it makes me hungry, Bert! The Higgs may be
the key to the graviton. If the Higgs are everywhere and have mass
themselves, who is to say they don't provide the flow of space that
causes gravity?

Have a good 4th, Bert? Sail that boat of yours down the river? Hope
the river cops didn't take away your Bud Light!

I wonder when we will see the first Church of the God Particle?

Dobule-A

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Old July 5th 12, 09:35 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Double-A wrote:
Eureka! Cern announces discovery of Higgs boson 'God particle'!

"It has taken nearly 50 years and cost £2.6bn. Now, at last, the Higgs
boson particle has been found - and a new chapter in our understanding
of the universe can begin."

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/sc...e-7907677.html

Comments last night on talk radio were such as, "Does this mean we no
longer need religion?"

Double-A




Last time someone abused that name, was the builders of the Titanic saying
"God Himself couldn't sink her",....and you know how that turned out.
.....Wait until tomorrow when CERN is overcome with Locusts, and it rains
fire,.....while it might be coincidence,....can you be sure ?


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Old July 5th 12, 11:03 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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"Bast" wrote in message
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Double-A wrote:
Eureka! Cern announces discovery of Higgs boson 'God particle'!

"It has taken nearly 50 years and cost £2.6bn. Now, at last, the Higgs
boson particle has been found - and a new chapter in our understanding
of the universe can begin."

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/sc...e-7907677.html

Comments last night on talk radio were such as, "Does this mean we no
longer need religion?"

Double-A




Last time someone abused that name, was the builders of the Titanic saying
"God Himself couldn't sink her",....and you know how that turned out.
....Wait until tomorrow when CERN is overcome with Locusts, and it rains
fire,.....while it might be coincidence,....can you be sure ?


Well, they didn't exactly see the Higgs Boson .... all the traces indicate
that it must exist.
Sort of like the UFO nuts, who are convinced from reports and crop circles
and Mayan Calendars and observations by local drunks and who knows what else
that there are actually extraterrestrial UFOs, or the religious kooks who
swear that god exists, even though the more level headed populace has yet to
see either one ...


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Old July 6th 12, 01:46 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default God Particle Discovered!

On Jul 5, 2:55*pm, Double-A wrote:
On Jul 5, 11:33*am, "G=EMC^2" wrote:









On Jul 5, 2:05*pm, Double-A wrote:


Eureka! Cern announces discovery of Higgs boson 'God particle'!


"It has taken nearly 50 years and cost £2.6bn. Now, at last, the Higgs
boson particle has been found - and a new chapter in our understanding
of the universe can begin."


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/sc...nnounces-disco....


Comments last night on talk radio were such as, "Does this mean we no
longer need religion?"


Double-A


Did the Swiss carved the Higgs in stone? Or after spending billions
have the resorted to fudging? *I did not see it on CNN. *Better if
they found the graviton *TreBert


Every time you say "Swiss" it makes me hungry, Bert! *The Higgs may be
the key to the graviton. *If the Higgs are everywhere and have mass
themselves, who is to say they don't provide the flow of space that
causes gravity?

Have a good 4th, Bert? *Sail that boat of yours down the river? *Hope
the river cops didn't take away your Bud Light!

I wonder when we will see the first Church of the God Particle?

Dobule-A


4th was great fun. Hope you had a nice 4th. I still have "G" for my
universe equation. god +glazier+gravity ="G" Reality is AA when I
drink enough Bud light I can see "spacetime foam"frothy,and
writhing,and relate it with the head on my beer. Beer foam bubbles
"POP",and there goes another big bang. Get the picture TreBert
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Old July 7th 12, 03:15 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Jul 6, 8:46*am, "G=EMC^2" wrote:
On Jul 5, 2:55*pm, Double-A wrote:









On Jul 5, 11:33*am, "G=EMC^2" wrote:


On Jul 5, 2:05*pm, Double-A wrote:


Eureka! Cern announces discovery of Higgs boson 'God particle'!


"It has taken nearly 50 years and cost £2.6bn. Now, at last, the Higgs
boson particle has been found - and a new chapter in our understanding
of the universe can begin."


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/sc...nnounces-disco...


Comments last night on talk radio were such as, "Does this mean we no
longer need religion?"


Double-A


Did the Swiss carved the Higgs in stone? Or after spending billions
have the resorted to fudging? *I did not see it on CNN. *Better if
they found the graviton *TreBert


Every time you say "Swiss" it makes me hungry, Bert! *The Higgs may be
the key to the graviton. *If the Higgs are everywhere and have mass
themselves, who is to say they don't provide the flow of space that
causes gravity?


Have a good 4th, Bert? *Sail that boat of yours down the river? *Hope
the river cops didn't take away your Bud Light!


I wonder when we will see the first Church of the God Particle?


Dobule-A


4th was great fun. Hope you had a nice 4th. *I still have "G" for my
universe equation. god +glazier+gravity ="G" *Reality is AA when I
drink enough Bud light I can see "spacetime foam"frothy,and
writhing,and relate it with the head on my beer. Beer foam bubbles
"POP",and there goes another big bang. Get the picture *TreBert


WOW I lived a long enough spacetime to finding the Higgs particle. I
was hopping for the gravitron,but I'll settle for the Higgs. TreBert
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Old July 8th 12, 07:03 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Jul 5, 11:05*am, Double-A wrote:
Eureka! Cern announces discovery of Higgs boson 'God particle'!

"It has taken nearly 50 years and cost £2.6bn. Now, at last, the Higgs
boson particle has been found - and a new chapter in our understanding
of the universe can begin."

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/sc...nnounces-disco...

Comments last night on talk radio were such as, "Does this mean we no
longer need religion?"

Double-A


The Allah particle is probably transparent because it's not 3D.
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Old July 8th 12, 02:58 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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SHUT THE **** UP, YOU ****ING GOOF!

Saul Levy


On Sat, 7 Jul 2012 23:03:05 -0700 (PDT), Brad Guth
wrote:

The Allah particle is probably transparent because it's not 3D.

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Old July 12th 12, 02:07 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default God Particle Discovered! 

PRE
The energy of the (semiâ‹…known) cosmos is fixed ( "closed" );
but the QUALITY¹ of its energy drops.
The mass² of the (semi⋅known) cosmos only ever goes down, not up.

[ ¹: Call it "EXERGY", energy that can do work.
²: Mass is quality energy, it has exergy. ]

The Standard Model of Particle Physics is merely
a list of known quanta. Antiâ‹…Matter aside,
it makes NO predictions about the mass of undiscovered quanta.

When the Known Universe was much hotter and denser,
closer to the start of the "big bang", there might've
been a "Top Quark Condensate"¹ ( NOT a Higgs field ).

[ ¹: WikiPedia.ORG/wiki/Top_quark_condensate ]

The Known Universe unravels, dissipates and thins
per the Laws of Thermodynamics, not "dark energy".

So its gravitational field also thins, per General Relativity;
i.e. the QUALITY of its energy ( i.e. its ability to do work¹ )
is exhausted. [ ¹: call it "Gravitational eXergy", if you will ]

Were it not for hubris, Dark Matter would be called "Unseen Mass"
and the start of the Big Bang would be called "The Cosmic Horizon".

It's hard enough to detect a planet orbiting a star,
much less find billions of them wandering alone, sans stars.
More likely, that's (some of) the Unseen Mass, not "Dark Matter".

The eXergy of the known Universe is diminishing.
Eventually, it won't be able to perform work, as we measure it;
then, life as we know it will cease to exist.

However, there's always some eXergy left in the cosmos
because, over any length of time, only a portion is consumed.
Whether that's "a lot" or "a little" depends on your perspective.

Other life forms might persist and evolve, but not "humans".

Gravity is a static, transparent, hardâ‹…toâ‹…measure, 4â‹…D field;
it isn't granular, you can't track bits of it through time
−− mass/energy, time and space may not be separated.
 




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