Possible proof of a Higgs Boson? Well everyone knows fermions have a 1/2 spin. Well, if 2 fermions were swapped one would have a positive spin and the other would have a negative spin unlike bosons who would both have the same spin. Well at the singularity of a black hole the matter is condensed into in infinitely small point which would force fermions to occupy the same space even though they are not supposed to be allowed to. Well if 2 fermions were taking up the same space they, in a sense, would be interchangeable if you think about. Well if that were the case one fermion would have the positive spin and the other would have the negative spin and they essentially would cancel out to create a particle with no spin what so ever, or a Higgs Boson. Well if this is the case a Higgs Boson would have to exist in the singularity of a black hole and thus would have to exist. Does this sound feasible to anyone or is it completely preposterous?