Today, the CERN science community has announced the so-called “God Particle” may have been discovered. My three prior articles (Part I-II-III) was perhaps the preamble to today’s headlines. As mentioned, the Vatican was involved in every step of this research and findings. One could say the science community wanted the blessing of the Pope; and they got, and I would say was with enthusiasm.
I remember so clearly when in 1996, Pope John Paul II shocked a large part of the Catholic community t including my parents) when he publically announced; “New knowledge has confirmed that evolution and creation can co-exist.”
Furthermore, Pope John Paul recalled how Pope Pius XII proclaimed in 1950 that evolutionary doctrine was a “serious hypothesis.” Pope John Paul II was the most progressive and forward thinking of all popes. He had urged the Vatican to adopt modern communication technologies; often stressing that progress should not overwhelm the “dignity of man” and his spirituality.
This brings me back to my three part series one of which reported the Vatican recently summoning the world’s leading scientists in the field of astro-physics, particle physics, and quantum physics. My guess is they have already found the so-called “God Particle” and are now slowly bringing the world to its reality.
You may wish to review my three part series announcing the world of science, religion, and ancient text have just united – and in our lifetime.
(Part I) Pope Vatican Has Full Attention On Charged Particles
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(Part-II) Ancient Tribes, Religion, Spirit, Scientifically United
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(Part-III) Cryptochromes, Hadron Particles, and Coming Human Transition Click Here – http://bit.ly/tIxmmV
Scientists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research Institute, also known as CERN, are using the Large Hadron Collider, a 27-kilometer (17-mile) circuit of magnets running under the French-Swiss border, to smash beams of atomic particles and record the resulting collisions. The researchers have been creating conditions as close as possible to the so-called Big Bang that formed the universe 13.7 billion years ago in their search for the Higgs boson.
The hypothetical “God particle” created at the beginning of the universe, also known as Higgs boson, most likely has a mass in the region between 116 and 130 gigaelectronvolts of energy being studied by one research team and between 115 and 127 gigaelectronvolts under observation by another team, according to data presented today by the Geneva-based research institute. Independent measurements point to a range of 124 to 126 gigaelectronvolts, researchers said.
The Higgs boson, named after U.K. physicist Peter Higgs, in theory allows other particles to have mass. Finding the Higgs boson could be a gateway to discovering new physics, such as super-particles or dark matter, part of the universe’s building material that went missing at the beginning of time. While the scientists found “tantalizing hints” of the particle, it’s too early to say whether it exists, the scientists said.