Higgs, bosun

Investigator Kurt Verkest sends news of Higgs, bosun. He saw this report in the Seattle PI: Standing in front of the USS Independence in Bremerton, Bud Higgs, a retired Navy boatswain’s mate, holds a picture of the USS Washington. Higgs served on the Washington, a distinguished but little-known World War II battleship. BONUS (unrelated): The […]

Chickens, Consciousness, and the LHC

Dr. Dainis Zeps, a Senior Researcher at the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science of the University of Latvia, is one of the very few to have investigated “hierarchical multitime notion and of the cone of creation” with reference to CERN’s Large Hadron Collider. His paper on the subject, ‘On to What Effect LHC Experiment […]

The overlooked Higgs particle patent

As we all (some of us) away Wednesday’s announcement from CERN about the discovery or non-discovery of the Higgs particle, let’s look at an unrelated achievement: the Higgs particle patent: “Particulate materials”, U.S. patent #5880177, issued to Robert Philip Higgs et al. on March 9, 1999. BONUS: Frank Wilczek talks about the Large Hadron Collider, CERN‘s […]

The elusive Higgs Bosun

The first reference to the search for the Higgs Bosun appeared in the UK’s daily national newspaper The Times on January 12, 2008, in an article, entitled : ’ “It” is still there – Humanity is hard-wired to explore’ which asked : “Does the Higgs Bosun particle exist? The truth is that we have no […]