Following on from my earlier post Physics, God and Me: Part 1 where I explained how my search for 'god' led me to study physics, we have seen HUGE developments in our understanding of the universe and of sub-atomic physics over the last few years. However, we are still in the process of exploring the 4% of our universe that we are familiar with. The more we find out it would seem, the more we find out about stuff we know nothing about. Dark matter and dark energy still account for an estimated 96% of our universe and these are aptly named. We are still pretty much in the dark about them.
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Yesterday, physicists and science enthusiasts worldwide tuned in to the live webcast at CERN awaiting news about the Higgs Boson, known by some as 'the God particle'. So what's it all about, who are these people and why are scientists looking for 'God'?