Friday, 25 October 2013

"Higgsogenesis" Proposed to Explain Dark Matter

Word of the day: HIGGSOGENESIS.

Two physicists suggest that the Higgs boson had a key role in the early universe and may have produced the observed difference between the number of matter and antimatter particles, therefore determining the density of dark matter that makes up five-sixths of the matter in the universe. They’ve called this idea Higgsogenesis 

Read more: via Scientific American magazine