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More titles may be available to you. Sign in to see the full collection. Winner of the Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books It was the universe's most elusive particle, the linchpin for everything scientists dreamed up to explain how physics works. It had to be found. In the definitive account of this landmark event, Caltech physicist and acclaimed science writer Sean Carroll reveals the insights, rivalry, and wonder that fuelled the Higgs discovery, and takes us on a riveting and irresistible ride to the very edge of physics today. Science Nonfiction. Science Nonfiction Details Publisher: Oneworld Publications.

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This means that each fermion particle has its own energy level, location, spin, etc, and no other fermion can be in exactly the same state. This is known as the Pauli Exclusion Principle. The basic rule is that larger particles prefer to decay into smaller ones, as long as those conservation laws can be strictly obeyed.

The Higgs Field is literally all around us, for it is non-zero in empty space. Its field permeates our reality, and its influence on our particles is what gives them their unique properties.

It fills space, breaks symmetries, and gives mass and individuality to all other particles—without it, our universe would be wholly unrecognizable and unlivable. An ordinary field is the mirror opposite, a hanging pendulum which rests at zero and requires energy to be moved to a horizontal position—whether right or left—hence, it seeks the zero point, whereas the Higgs Field desires to lay at rest in either direction all primed with non-zero energy.

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Particle symmetries—valence for leptons, flavor for quarks—mean you can rotate one for another and see no difference. It is the Higgs Field that breaks these symmetries and allows for the variation among these particles. Physics particle symmetries are transitional invariance, rotational invariance, motional invariance—gauge, or local symmetries that allow bosons to form from the connexion fields that give vim to the Four Forces of Nature.

Sigmas are numeric intervals indicating deviations from the statistical mean, usually as a bell curve of probability as based upon the null hypothesis [the expected results].

This seems obvious for gravity and electromagnetism, but the nuclear forces are different. The latter bosons, together with the Higgs, were set on the trail of discovery when physicists probed the qualities of global symmetries—that is, transformations must be carried out uniformly everywhere at the same time—which produced mathematical impossibilities; but this process pointed to local symmetries—in which transformations can be carried out separately at every location—wherein the answer was to be found.

BCS and Landau-Ginzberg theories of superconductivity postulated that the electric force moves unimpeded through such as the carrier pairs.

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