The wondrous life of the Higgs boson


By Jessica Griggs OVER the past few months, the phrase “the elusive Higgs boson, the particle that gives all others mass” has become a bit shopworn. That is because many have struggled to find a concise way to describe the mass-giving mechanism theorised by Peter Higgs and two other groups in 1964. But for those who want the full story, there is Jim Baggott’s Higgs. Rather than a portrait of the man himself,
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