Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Dr. McSwain joins the buzz of the international physics community at the news that scientists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research in Geneva, or CERN have proven (with 99.99994% certainty) that the Higgs boson particle exists. In an interview with reporters from local TV69 news, McSwain said, "It's about the quest of understanding our universe. It is a puzzle out there waiting to be solved." The finding of this elusive particle is a huge step in unlocking the very keys to how matter is created.