FoxNews – - Physicists at the world’s largest atom smasher announced July 4 that they are more than 99 percent sure they’ve found a new, and heavy, boson particle, that may be the Higgs boson. If physicists confirm that the detection of the new elementary particle is indeed the Higgs boson, and not an imposter, it would also confirm that the Higgs mechanism for particles to acquire mass is correct. “This discovery bears on the knowledge of how mass comes about at the quantum level, and is the reason we built the LHC. It is an unparalleled achievement,” Caltech professor of physics Maria Spiropulu, co-leader of the CMS experiment, said in a statement.
I just read all about this Higgs boson thing and as far as I can tell its the missing element that made Kelly LeBrock come to life in Weird Science:
Pretty heavy stuff, but I’m still waiting for NASA to prefect the OptiGrab: