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Ah but there is always other readers involved 😉  edit: besides I'm keeping it as simple and rudimentary as possible. Its far more complex than I've described thus far

They didn't just find "something" and decide to name it the Higgs Boson.   The Higgs Boson was predicted to exist as part of the theory outlining the Higgs mechanism. It was predicted to have a set

Spoken by someone with no concept of what science states about a given subject.   Sorry but your opinion means little compared to the available body of evidence

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I have asked you several times now for evidence, I fyou can not convince an average person like myself with easy explanation, then surely there is something amiss?

You asked for proof like Everyone has access to a facility like CERN. We provided the research papers as we cannot hand you a Higgs Boson.

 

Can you draw a picture of a photon? of course not. Why would you expect a picture of the Higgs?

 

Would you even know how to seperate individual particles from a scattering diagram? Do you know how to calculate the mass of a particle and its spin from its trail left after a collision?

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Do you understand the difference? I did provide the answer to what distinquishes a VP from a real particle.

 

The Higgs boson is a real particle not virtual

Ok, so if it is a real particle, you should have a picture of it?

 

Define real?

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Real - it has been tested for and detected in actually real life experiments that were designed to look for it.

 

How can you take a picture of it? You KNOW for sure that is impossible and you were told above it was impossible.

 

Do you actually have any scientific background at all? Like - where did you do your degree and post grad work?

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If you continue to post trollish and irrationally anti-science rubbish we will lock this thread. if you do not understand something ask a question - but subsequently dismissing the answers given because you are ignorant of the fundamentals of empirical science (upon which all possible answers must be based) will not be tolerated.

 

Comments along the lines of show me a picture of a Higg's Boson seem to be deliberately provacative.

 

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I have asked for an easy explanation, they are not giving an easy explanation or providing any basic easy to understand evidence. How do you expect anyone to accept something to be true if the replies keep talking to people as if everyone is a qualified scientist?

 

To me a particle has physicality, things with physicality reflect light and can be seen no matter how small. So please define particle to me because obviously if they are not providing observation they do not mean a real particle, their definition is of something else.

 

P.s I am not trolling, they are failing to learn me correctly. They are not teachers although some members may be.

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Ok, so if it is a real particle, you should have a picture of it?

 

 

Like we have photos of muons, neutrinos, quarks, gluons, W and Z bosons, photons, and electrons.

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