I am not certain that I believe that the Hadron Collider has actually found the "god particle". The atom was supposed to be this particle many years ago.. I guess not where there are "sub atomic particles" too. My high school science is drastically wrong in the rapidly changing field of physical science.
Just as light vanishes as we try to look at it so would this particle (it seems).
So what we are viewing is perhaps a phantom of this god particle?
Please indicate how I am incorrect, I am NOT a science denier but a science lover and skeptic I need to have this explained to me.
I tend to think Einstein was a bit into sci-fi and that dark energy may be a byproduct of this theoretical sci-fi that has been added to actual physical science. But the fact that H-bombs do exist kinda proves Einstein (and his colleagues) correct, for the most part.
The existence of dark matter would not surprise me but it goes against my classical understanding of life.
Gravity can exist without dimensions and time machines... (I think) hehe
I am still wondering if light is a particle or a wave.
Can something exist totally within something and totally outside of something at the same time?
This science is religion to me, like trying to understand "the holy trinity" as it relates to the meaning of life...
The concepts, methods and structures of science begin to resemble the very iconic structures of theology.