From ‘Digital Trends’: Higgs bosun likely does not exist. And from BBC: search for bosun at higher and lower energy levels.
We should know for sure, either way, by the end of the year. Color me relieved, because as fundamentally important science is in general, and particle physics is in particular, the prospect of finding the Higgs bosun, in my mind at least, has always seemed a little ‘knowing too much’ or a real-life Prometheus Unbound.
Feel free to keep on finding stars that should not exist and taking photos of the northern lights from space:
Just, you know, don’t destroy the universe and stuff.