190.Physicists Have More Questions Than Answers
Certain properties of the Higgs-like particle are consistent with what is predicted by the Standard Model of particle physics. For example, the Higgs boson is said to have no rotation, or "spin," and in the Standard Model its parity—a measure of how the particle's mirror image behaves—should be positive. Thus. physicists are a long way to go to know what a Higgs boson is because it might be something more unusual, such as a composite made up of particles.
But hasn't the 'neutron' found to move faster than a 'photon'? And if the Higgs boson is a particle, why don't physicists agree with Galileo, who says that all bodies in the universe have an infinite number of infinitesimal parts?