The Higgs Paradox

It appears that a new level of strange quantum behavior is at hand. Entangled data between CMS and ATLAS, the two detectors at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), suggest a paradox: are we dealing with one Higgs-like particle or two?! The July 4th 2012 data released by CERN concerning the newly discovered particle as a candidate for the theoretical Higgs Boson reveals a bizarre anomaly in the data. It just so happens that this exact anomaly confirms another prediction made by Wince concerning his application of Existics equations to physics.

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