The American Spectator: What the Higgs is a Boson?

“The point is that the discovery of the Higgs boson, long awaited as it has been, is important in the world of particle physics, and remains important there. It changes nothing in the economical scheme, provides no grand source of power of nature, and doesn’t even serve any new philosophical or theological end. It is an important scientific discovery which is forced to stand on its own.

That doesn’t mean, however, that it cannot be viewed in the broader light 
of the human intellectual tradition.”

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