Scientists at the Large Hadron Collider are anticipated to reveal the strongest proof yet for the Higgs particle in Geneva shortly. But it will show that researchers are now tantalizingly locked to confirming the Higgs' existence and bringing to an end the decades-long quest for the mainly coveted prize in physics. The potency of the LHC's signal is understood to be just short of the benchmark for claiming a discovery Anticipation is high and rumours have been rife about the announcement.
According to the theory, all of space is filled by a field known as the Higgs field, which is mediated by particles known as Higgs bosons Discovering particles is a numbers game, and scientists analyze many events that could be delegate of a Higgs boson being produced in the LHC. Unconfirmed reports suggest that the signal detected at a mass of 125 giga electron volts which was announced in December, has since strengthened.