Higgs: beyond “to be or not to be”
Physicists on experiments at the Large Hadron Collider have observed a new particle that may be the Higgs boson. In a commentary published just before CERN’s announcement, Joe Incandela, spokesperson for the CMS experiment and professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara, answers the question: What happens next?
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My posts about Higgs and the new boson:
On Doc Madhattan (Field of Science): Higgs at the Tevatron | Higgs? Probably not tomorrow | Discovering a boson | Linux at CERN | The mysterious Mr Higgs (published also on tumblr) | Joe Incandela talks about the new boson
On Ula Ula Man’s Island (tumblr): Signals from H -> tau tau channel from CMS presented at ICHEP2012 in Australia | Is it Higgs? (infographic) | David Barney’s quotation | Higgs candidates (a photoset whit collisions from ATLAS)

Higgs: beyond “to be or not to be”

Physicists on experiments at the Large Hadron Collider have observed a new particle that may be the Higgs boson. In a commentary published just before CERN’s announcement, Joe Incandela, spokesperson for the CMS experiment and professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara, answers the question: What happens next?

Continue on symmetry magazine

My posts about Higgs and the new boson:
On Doc Madhattan (Field of Science): Higgs at the Tevatron | Higgs? Probably not tomorrow | Discovering a boson | Linux at CERN | The mysterious Mr Higgs (published also on tumblr) | Joe Incandela talks about the new boson
On Ula Ula Man’s Island (tumblr): Signals from H -> tau tau channel from CMS presented at ICHEP2012 in Australia | Is it Higgs? (infographic) | David Barney’s quotation | Higgs candidates (a photoset whit collisions from ATLAS)