Comment: Finding the Higgs boson is the least of the problems ....

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Finding the Higgs boson is the least of the problems ....

w/the Big Bang theory. If you give someone a hammer, like CERN, they are going to find some nails, like the finding of this boson. Examples of some problems with the Big Bang: Dark matter, Dark Energy, Periodicity of red shifted galaxies, and quasars with ages incompatible with the galaxies they are in. These are just some of the problems with the Big Bang. Even if what these scientists found is deed the Higgs boson, these problems above with the Big Bang remain unexplainable by the present model.