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Scientists announced Wednesday that nature's most elusive and fundamental subnuclear particle has almost certainly been discovered, and Bay Area physicists who have sought it for decades were amazed, delighted and determined to pin it down at last.
"It's mind-boggling," said one. "Amazing," said another, and everyone in the close-knit physics community here was willing to liken its importance to the discovery of the DNA sequence in the human body.
The long-sought particle called the Higgs boson - if it's real - is what gives protons, electrons, neutrons and all the other particles inside atoms their mass, and was probably responsible for creating all the particles that first formed in the Big Bang, when the universe began.
And the chances are "less than 1 in a million that it's a fluke," said the physicists in Geneva whose announcement Wednesday stirred so much elation.
This is all over the news!