Standard Model Higgs-Boson Still Rules: God Particle Remains Undiscovered
Standard model of Particle Physics sustains as Scientific Research, here in LHC at least, has not produced any God or God particle, and could not rediscover also the unresolved quest beyond Particle Physics. At a Press Conference held on 13th December, Scientists while presenting their research works on Standard Model Higgs-Boson, averred that no substantial progress has ever met to rediscover the truth behind all matter and anti-matter, i.e. the truth behind the existence of this universe right from at the time of Big Bang to today's standard model that explains almost everything about the material existence of the earth and universe. So Standard Model Higgs-Boson in Particle Physics sustains its ruling even beyond a huge supra-scientific flow of concepts about the existence of God Particle in social worlds in and around us. According to the CERN Authority Statement: "the ATLAS and CMS experiments presented the status of their searches for the Standard Model Higgs boson. Their results are based on the analysis of considerably more data than those presented at the summer conferences, sufficient to make significant progress in the search for the Higgs boson, but not enough to make any conclusive statement on the existence or non-existence of the elusive Higgs. The main conclusion is that the Standard Model Higgs boson, if it exists, is most likely to have a mass constrained to the range 116-130 GeV by the ATLAS experiment, and 115-127 GeV by CMS. Tantalizing hints have been seen by both experiments in this mass region, but these are not yet strong enough to claim a discovery".
Unresolved questions: It is Science of dialectics not Idealism or Hypercommercialism
All understandings in Particle Physics so far have been encapsulated in Higgs Boson Standard Model that expatiate the secret of every existence in terms of almost equal dialectics between matter and anti-matter up to the resultant creation of energy. The dialectics between matter and anti-matter, as stipulated in the Higgs-Boson concept, is the difference of electrical charges they are identified with. Standard model tells us there were an equal amount of matter and anti-matter present at the time of 'Big Bang' or the moment of creation of this universe. The huge collision between matter and anti-matter i.e. two opposite electrical charges created huge 'energy'. Scientists however had reached a point that in that huge collision there were some 'tiny' matters survived or unused that ultimately created the universe. Now the question remains among scientists that:
(i) Why is such an inequality where despite their equal presence, matter ultimately survived over anti-matter?
(ii) Why is there no anti-matter present in the universe?
Matter and Universe
Now if the matter available after the Big Bang created the universe, it is then just 4% of the total universe made up of the particles. So the question arises what is the 96% of the universe made of? Scientists commonly believe that dark matters and dark energy have made the rest of the universe. So it is now the biggest challenge before scientists to rediscover the core of dark matter and dark energy not only to resolve the Big Bang but the ultimate destination of particle physics also; may be toward a new "particle".
Scientists continue to asking that if the universe is made of matters; i.e. the blending of fundamental particles, everything in this universe has a 'mass'. The obvious question come subsequently that 'who provides that mass in every particle?' The 'God Particle' beyond the standard model? So scientists have been continuing research on the source of that 'unforeseen' particle beyond the standard model with that very Higgs Boson standard model.
From Bohr to CERN outcome
But the proposition as well as the question raised by the standard model about that very unforeseen particle that provides mass to every matter in this universe remained the most challenging and near-ultimate query of the scientists. So what was earlier conceived by Niels Bohr, that divine particle, has become today's most ambitious experiment. ATLAS and CMS experiments in CERN Research Centre, Geneva worked for last two years on such unforeseen particle that might be producing mass to every particle in the universe. Large Hadron Collider experiment has however detected none of such divine particle beyond the purview of the dialectics of particle physics.