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I Einstein's Lamba Theory, Higgs Particle, and Black Holes

  1. Jan 2, 2017 #1
    Astronomers, Cosmologists, and Physicists each have their own theories of the big bang. Is it possible that since the discovery of the Higgs particle to be about 125 GeV, which is the mid point from 115 and 140 GeV, maybe this means that particle could be what stabilizes every matter in the universe. Since the Higgs particle is the "God Particle" from which all matter comes from, would it be possible that the supermassive black hole that's supposedly at the center of the universe and galaxies are made up of Higgs particles? Would it be possible that Einstein's lambda is just another supermassive black hole at the other end of the universe made up of Higgs particles? Is it even possible that it can all be related?
     
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