Subject: The Higgs boson has the mass of 133 protons about the same as a cesium atom
Date: Mon Dec 31 09:22:10 2012
Posted by Alan
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How can there be masses less than one Higgs boson? How can a particle that
decays so rapidly confer mass? At a low enough mass are there measurable
fluctuations to mass dependant qualities such as enertia?
Re: The Higgs boson has the mass of 133 protons about the same as a cesium atom
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