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To Higgs or not to Higgs?

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One of the most ambitious and largest scientific experiments ever, the Lage Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN in Geneva tries to address the most fundamental questions of physics and the cosmos. Thus it addresses the questions posed in Paul Gauguin’s famous painting “What are we? Where do we come from? Where are we going? This talk will review the prospects for finding the answers. In particular, the new particle discovered recently at the LHC may be the Higgs boson that provides the masses of elementary particles, making possible the existence of atoms and the weakness of radioactivity.

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This talk is part of the Cambridge University Physics Society series.

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