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ET staff writer
ET staff writer
01 August, 2010 0 min read

‘God particles’

The elusive ‘god particle’, the Higgs Bosun ‘creator particle’, may have more than one version, according to latest research. As reported on the BBC, the £6bn Large Hadron Collider experiment in Geneva finds there may be at least five particles, not one.

The claim that there could be multiple Higgs Bosuns draws also from results in the DZero experiment at the Tevatron particle accelerator, operated by Fermilab, in Illinois, US. They suggested the world was created by multiple particles.

Whatever particles these machines may uncover, the Bible reveals that creation came not through ‘god particles’ but by the Word of the one trinitarian God.

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