My question to the CERN authorities, to people who feel concerned, care about, read and study particle physics and others.
Recently scientists gathered at CERN Geneva to announce one of the groundbreaking discovery of the 21st century. The long awaited discovery of the Higgs Boson proved the worth of LHC and the scientists working inside it. The existence of the Higgs Boson is now 99% confirmed and its a matter of time that Higgs Boson will shatter the fundamentals of particle physics.
I m not here to enlighten you about the dicovery or its signifance, but to pose a question hanging in my mind and the mind of my fellows intersted in partilce physics. Since the annuncements made at the CERN lab rotated around the importance of the God particle Higgs Boson, its importance, its relation with consiousness and its ability to form matter and remain the fundamental paritlce of nature. In this situtaion, existence of the energy field or most commonly dubbed as Higgs field is questionable. Higgs Boson was the particle that came out in the cern lab, a bright light of matter particles matching attributes with the proposed Higgs Boson. But the field which gives birth to matter from where that come from? I am sure we all know that we are dealing and analyzing the existence of matters from our very origion the Big Bang. The concern is considerable also when we analyze the Big Bang thoery. To be concise to my point, explosion created the field, Higgs particle crossed the field and matter was formed. Now what comprises the energy within the energy field? Are we lacking somewhere ? Something more has to be discovered or we are mixing up mistakengly energy, mass and existence? A lot of questions have to be answered for all of us, especially the students seeking to acquire the truth within the walls of CERN.
An example of simulated data modelled for the CMS particle detector on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN. Here, following a collision of two protons, a is produced which decays into two jets of hadrons and two electrons. The lines represent the possible paths of particles produced by the proton-proton collision in the detector while the energy these particles deposit is shown in blue. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)