I used to be an exotic
dancer particle like you, but then I took an arrow to the knee.
Sorry, had to.
Mine's the one with Mehrunes' Razor in the pocket.
Far from being the death of physics, the discovery of the Higgs boson in 2012 has set physics on a bunch of new searches – including how the Higgs decays. Because Standard Model physicists were confident that the Higgs would be found, decades' worth of work await to figure out what particles it would decay into. That decay …
"So Higgs bosons are supposed to give mass to everything, and they can decay into bosons and other stuff, but bosons have mass and therefore must contain Higgs bosons..."
It's the Higgs field that is supposed to give bosons mass. In QM the field should have a corresponding particle - the Higgs Boson
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