Scientists at CERN LHC prove the existence of God (Higgs Boson)


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In the past when have asked me what I think of science, I say that (as a fundamentalist Christian) I have no fear of science because it will eventually prove the existence of God.

In November 2012, the LHC at CERN did exactly that.

You might know about the CERN LHC (Large Hadron Collider)… you may also know that it discovered a Higgs Boson particle on the 8th Nov 2012… you might also know that the Higgs Boson is known as The God Particle.

But what you might NOT know is that the discovery did NOT discover a God particle… instead it discovered a particle that shows this world needs God to exist at all.

In Nov 2012 the CERN LHR confirmed what religions worldwide have known… that the universe was created by God. Study: world is turning more religious, atheism declining

The 30 year LHC experiment and discovery of the Higgs Boson in Nov 2012 proves that the universe is NOT the result of “naturalness”…. it did not simply appear naturally without being created and fine tuned by Someone…

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The rest of this article explains what I wrote above.

What is CERN?

In French it is “Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire”. It is an international organization whose purpose is to operate the world’s largest particle physics laboratory. Established in 1954, the organization is based in the northwest suburbs of Geneva on the Franco–Swiss border, and it has 20 European member states.

What is the LHC (Large Hadron Collider)?

The LHC was built in collaboration with over 10,000 scientists and engineers from over 100 countries, as well as hundreds of universities and laboratories.  It was built by CERN from 1998 to 2008, with the aim of allowing physicists to test the predictions of different theories and prove or disprove the existence of the theorized Higgs boson particle.

It does this by colliding two opposing particles and watching what happens when they smash into each other.

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Why is the Higgs Boson so important?

All this money and effort and research going into discovering the Higgs Boson was because it was assumed that if it could be found, then it would confirm the scientific Standard Model—a widely accepted and “remarkably” accurate framework believed to explain almost everything in the world we see, other than gravity.

Why was the Higgs Boson named The God Particle

Lederman explains in his book why he gave the Higgs boson the nickname “The God Particle“:

This boson is so central to the state of physics today, so crucial to our final understanding of the structure of matter, yet so elusive, that I have given it a nickname: the God Particle. Why God Particle? Two reasons. One, the publisher wouldn’t let us call it the Goddamn Particle, though that might be a more appropriate title, given its villainous nature and the expense it is causing. And two, there is a connection, of sorts, to another book, a much older one…
—p. 22

That “other book” he referred to is the Book Of Genesis in the bible.

Did they discover the existence of the Higgs Boson?

Yes they did.

Did the existence of the Higgs Boson prove the accuracy of the Standard Model of physics… thereby proving that the universe is of a “natural” origin… meaning that there is no God?

No. And this is where it get veeeery interesting. Here are two articles that explain what they expected and what they found…

Did the Higgs boson discovery reveal that the universe is unnatural? (Shortened version of the article)

We discovered the elusive Higgs boson last year, but it wasn’t exactly what we expected. According to some physicists, that means the universe itself isn’t quite what we thought either.

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Is Nature Unnatural? (Full article)

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Perhaps the key quotes are these…

… a few constants — including the mass of the Higgs boson — are exponentially different from what these trusted laws indicate they should be, in ways that would rule out any chance of life, unless the universe is shaped by inexplicable fine-tunings and cancellations.

and

in papers, talks and interviews, Arkani-Hamed and many other top physicists are already confronting the possibility that the universe might be unnatural.

What does unnatural mean?

It means that IF the big bang had happened it would have created complete chaos and yet at the lowest level – Higgs Boson – we find order and not chaos. The order must have come about by “fine tuning” but the scientists struggle to come to the obvious conclusion of Who did the fine tuning so that chaos does not reign but life can be sustained instead.

Who did the fine tuning?

Christians would suggest God did it. Most people in the world would disgree on God’s Name, but agree that God did it. Study: world is turning more religious, atheism declining

What alternative to a “fine tuning God” do some scientists suggest?

They propose a “multiverse“…

Physicists reason that if the universe is unnatural, with extremely unlikely fundamental constants that make life possible, then an enormous number of universes must exist for our improbable case to have been realized. Otherwise, why should we be so lucky?

Just think… rather than accept that the results of their own science is accurate (that there is Someone outside this universe who has fine tuned this universe to enable our existence) instead they would rather believe an equivalent to the Infinite Monkey Theorem.

… an infinite number of monkeys hitting keys at random on an infinite number of typewriter keyboards for an infinite amount of time will almost surely type the complete works of William Shakespeare.

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What a ridiculous solution! This is the ultimate last resort… to make a claim that is impossible to refute… because the other universes cannot be measured from within this universe.

Let me quote the junkyard tornado fallacy

The chance that higher life forms might have emerged in this way is comparable to the chance that a tornado sweeping through a junkyard might assemble a Boeing 747 from the materials therein.

How much did this LHC experiment cost?

How can such logical people simply abandon all the money invested and abandon logic and science and resort to “infinite” solutions!

The direct total LHC project cost is £2.6bn, made up of:

  • the collider (£2.1bn),
  • the detectors (£575m).

Forbes says: the total cost of finding the Higgs boson ran about $13.25 billion

What’s next?

Well… lets recap.  On the 8th of Nov 2012 a 30 year scientific experiment proved the existence of God… ironically by finding “The God Particle”… a particle which turned out NOT to be “god” itself, but it showed that Someone has “fine tuned” our universe so that it is liveable for us.

We can now move on and ask the following

Now that science has proven that God “fine tuned” (created) this universe… we need to decide Who that Person is. What is His name?

He has in interest in us, because He fine tuned and still continues to fine tune the universe to make it safe for us. If He has been fine tuning things for us, I presume that action is His contribution to having a relationship with us.

We can discard the following notions

  • We humans are not God… not one of us did the fine tuning at the creation of this universe… we also didnt do it collectively.
  • In the beginning there was nothing (the big bang theory) is now clearly shown to be wrong. Textbooks worldwide need to be reprinted to remove this error. Instead they should be teaching what we know to be true… there is a God and He cares for us… He “fine tunes” things for us.

More infinite monkeys humour

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and…

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