Thu, 05 Jul 2012 5:35a.m.
New Zealand scientists are welcoming the news that the so-called "God particle" - the Higgs boson - appears to have been discovered.
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8/07/2012 5:08:56 p.m.
Yes Paul. That is so very true. There was not a single strand of evidence found to confirm the existence of the theoretical 'God Particle', just a continuing hope against hope it may still exist 'out there'. Claims there "might possibly have been something happen" just does not confirm anything to support these hopes.
Without evidence, the so called scientists have nothing to prove their theory of evolution over creation, which does not surprise me at all.
5/07/2012 9:36:23 a.m.
I have never ever read such unproven bullsh*t theories in all my life. How so called mature people can spend Billions of other people's dollars that could have been used more meaningfully on things to actually benefit the human race is beyond belief. The only thing that happened was a bunch of overpaid scientists feverously stroked their own and each others egos over what they don't really have a clue eventuated. Not a jot of evidence was found to prove anything meaningful, only more theories to spend more ego bursting billions on, if they can fool more people to keep the money-go-round going.
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