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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Dr. Francois Englert and Dr. Peter Higgs awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for the discovery of the Higgs Boson - Congratulations in order for the Real Big Bang Theory



Its Nobel Prize Season folks, the equivalent of the Oscars for the Sciences!

This year, the Nobel Prize in Physics is going to Dr. Francois Englert of the L'Universit√©libre de Bruxelles in Belgium and Dr. Peter Higgs from the University of Edinburgh in the UK for their paper on the Higgs Boson, the existence of which was recently confirmed by the CERN on Wednesday July 4th 2012 as stated in “Higgs boson theory nets Nobel for pair of physicists”, published October 8, 2013 4:03 AM PDT by Stephen Shankland, CNET News.





Distinguished scientists whose research has caught the eyes of the peer review of the Nobel Prize Committee based at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences are awarded each year with a prize that commemorates their achievements in furthering human knowledge in each of the following areas:

1.      Physiology or Medicine - Monday 7 October 2013
2.      Physics - Tuesday 8 October 2013
3.      Chemistry - Wednesday 9 October 2013
4.      Literature -  10 October 1.00 p.m. CET 2013
5.      Peace - Friday 11 October, 11:00 a.m. CET 2013
6.      Economic Sciences - Monday 14 October, 1:00 p.m. CET 2013

In the case of the Nobel Prize in Physics, this discovery of the Higgs Boson on no better date than Wednesday July 4th 2012 after forty five (45) years of Research using the LHS (Large Hadron SuperCollider) from the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) as stated in my blog article entitled “Higgs Boson Discovery is the Biggest discovery of 2012 - Lay the Favourite for Anti-Gravity, Light Speed Travel and Quantum Teleportation Deadfall”.




Dr. Peter Higgs, from the University of Edinburgh in the UK, and Dr. Francois Englert, from L'Universitélibre de Bruxelles in Belgium, wrote independent papers in 1964 suggesting this missing piece of the Standard Model that gives the Elementary Particles Mass but it was widely dismissed as being absurd!

Now nearly 50 years later, the CERN has managed to discover the Higgs Boson and more recently, after having examined the data in more detail, are now more than 99.99999% sure they've got her as stated in “CERN physicists now pretty sure they've found Higgs boson”, published March 14, 2013 7:21 AM PDT by SharaTibken, CNET News.

 


Dr. Francois Englert and Dr. Peter Higgs who collaborated with another physicist Dr. Robert Brout, will receive the Nobel Prize for Physics worth US$1.25 million. Dr. Robert Brout is deceased and thus doesn’t qualify! So congratulations are in order as this prize award fits the monumental nature of this discovery, which is now fully verified as the Higgs Boson and will add to our Quantum Theory understanding of Matter based on the Standard Model. It also implies that things such as Dark Matter and SuperSymmerty are possible.

More interesting are the practical applications in Telecommunications and Travel, as it opens up the possibility of such practical applications as explained in my blog article entitled “Higgs Boson Discovery is the Biggest discovery of 2012 - Lay the Favourite for Anti-Gravity, Light Speed Travel and Quantum Teleportation Deadfall”as:

1.      Anti-Gravity 
2.      Light Speed Travel
3.      Anti-Matter Converter
4.      Quantum Teleportation
5.      Time Travel
6.      Nuclear Fusion and Arc Reactors
7.      Sub-Space Relay Communication

This wild scientific goose chase has finally borne fruit and now after catching this elusive goose, has taken the pair of Physicists who originally published their paper fifty years ago to the heights of superstardom with the award of the Nobel Prize for Physics, The Big Bang Theory  (2007- ) Style!




Congratulations again Dr. Francois Englert and Dr. Peter Higgs! 

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