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What is God particle ?

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The God particle

All the scientists of earth are trying to explore the universe. They consensually agreed to the fact that all the matter in this universe is made up of the same fundamental unstable particle that contributes to the mass and is the origin of the universe, all the living things and non-living things are made up of the same original particle generally the scientist has given its name God particle.

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The living things and non-living things are interrelated to each other, there is no existence of living or non-living things without each other. Then question is that what is the thing that makes the connections between the relationship of both living and nonliving things.

The religious view is that God is the creator of the universe then the question is raised once again that who created God, definitely it must be the God particle, there is no doubt in Hindu mythology it is well written that God exists in every particle. One of the greatest discovery in 1960 Higg’s discovered the original particle (Higg’s boson) which is decayed to add mass to the elementary particles electrons, protons, and neutrons and later in 2012 the experiment of LHC(Large Hedron Collider)   has been proved the existence of the Higgs boson.

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Higg’s boson is the fundamental particle that is responsible to add the mass of the whole of the universe. Scientist has proved that Higg’s boson is unstable, it is formed and decayed into protons and electrons. It is not that there don’t exist other particles, the scientist has discovered more than 15 such particles as an example boson, meson, fermions, neutrino, positron, quark, hadrons, etc.

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According to the scientist, most of the particles are unstable and form other particles, many of the particles among them do not exist on the earth and they are supposed to exist in the star. Quarks are said to be building blocks of protons and neutrons and electrons are made of leptons another family of particles, among proton, neutrons and electrons ,it is only electrons which are fundamental particles of the atom, although electrons are made from the leptons but the size of leptons and electrons are same,leptons are unstable and instantly tranforms into electrons.Therefore according to modern theory of atoms the fundamental particles of atom are quark and electrons.

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