Higgs boson God particle explained by MP Julian Huppert


Scientists at the Large Hadron Collider near Geneva found a particle thought to be the Higgs boson they were seeking.

Andrew Neil explains the science before Julian Huppert, a former scientist and said to be one of the cleverest MPs in the House of Commons, explains what this really means.


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