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God And The Higgs Boson

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Posted 07-07-2012 at 01:37 AM by caninemom3

It seems the scientific world has a new "toy". Scientists at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland have discovered at long last their elusive "masterpiece", the Higgs boson, i.e., the God particle.

I am not an intellectual by any means but I can tell from all the hoopla this has received in the press it is apparently a big deal.

Why ? Well apparently the Higgs boson is the particle that gives matter mass. It is associated with the theory that the universe was created with a "big bang".

I can never understand why when something scientific is discovered the elitists from the physics community always say whatever discovery it is points to there being no creator, no God and the Higgs boson is no exception. I surfed a few forums in the last few days where all these "brainy" people are going on and on about the Higgs boson and how it proves there is no God. Worse yet, the majority of them were saying plenty of rude things about people who DO believe in God. Apparently those of us who do believe are morons.

So what if this particle IS what gives matter mass ? What if it is what caused the universe to "be" ? I ask what caused the Higgs boson ?? To me this discovery does not rule out a creator. Why or how could it ?? For me it is inevitable to always come to the conclusion that a creator is involved.

A lot of scientists, in particular physicists, believe that everything that is in the universe just "happened" out of nothing all on its own. I don't buy that. It does not make one bit of sense to me. The universe is so complex, I am disovering, it could not have just "happened" out of the blue on its own. Something, in this case a very wise someone started everything happening.

At first, I admit I was a little threatened by the latest disovery, but as I have researched it I am glad it has been made for I know for sure that an intelligent force is most definitely involved in the creation of our world. I do not have a strong faith. It wavers constantly. Strong one moment, weak the next. Still there is something deep inside me, a gut reaction perhaps, a "knowing" that our Creator is so much more than these scientists and physicists give "Him" credit for being. I personally believe "He" ALLOWS scientists to discover things a little at a time, that they do not do it on their own like they think they do. They will go on thinking they are really something and have it all together and know exactly what is happening, just like the little kids they and all of us are in the eyes of our Father.
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    I was going to research this, after you mentioned it to me the other day, to see what Higgs boson was. Very interesting but I am like you, I believe in God as our creator.

    Thanks for sharing!
    Posted 07-07-2012 at 05:01 AM by Christmas-A-Holic Christmas-A-Holic is offline
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    A lot of scientists, in particular physicists, believe that everything that is in the universe just "happened" out of nothing all on its own. I don't buy that. It does not make one bit of sense to me. The universe is so complex, I am disovering, it could not have just "happened" out of the blue on its own. Something, in this case a very wise someone started everything happening.


    Thank you for putting my thoughts into words, CM3!
    Posted 07-30-2012 at 05:30 PM by Meceka Meceka is offline
    Updated 08-05-2012 at 07:57 AM by caninemom3
 

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