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Charge of quantified universe is neutral,could Higgs-Boson be charged?

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To be detectable the Higgs-Boson must be at odds with what is already known.By that I mean it must be contrasted against the foreground knowledge.And not part of the landscape.If we say matter is neutral then Higgs Boson might not be.If we say matter is 3-d can we say that Higgs-Boson is 4-d?

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