The physics world was abuzz Monday with early reports that the elusive “God particle” had been detected at Europe’s premier physics lab.  Discovering the particle, formally called the Higgs boson, would finalize physicists’ understanding of how subatomic particles have mass, which gives an object weight. Two international physics teams at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, or CERN, in Geneva will present their results Wednesday. Full story here……

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