Higgs Boson Discovered in a New Way

Higgs Boson Discovered in a New Way
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Scientists can't take pictures of the Higgs boson. But they can find proof of its existence by watching “E=mc2” play out in hundreds of millions of particle collisions per second and detecting how it decays into other particles they do know how to spot. Now, six years after officially discovering the Higgs boson, particle physicists are announcing that they've spotted the Higgs in another way.

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