King of Sweden Leaves Nobel Banquet Early Because Nobody Could Show Him a Higgs Boson

STOCKHOLM Dec 11, 2013 – Yesterday’s ceremony in honor of the 2013 Nobel Laureates was overshadowed by a major protocol incident. Soon after the main dish had been served (Coupole de turbot farcie de langoustines accompagnée d’une tartelette au fromage blanc), the small talk of His Majesty King Carl Gustav XVI with physics laureate Peter Higgs unexpectedly acquired an irritated tone. According to earwitnesses, the King of Sweden had asked whether Prof. Higgs had ever seen the particle named after him. The Scottish laureate conceded that he hadn’t even seen a particle accelerator from the inside until 2012, adding, “I have no clue what is going on in the lab.”

“I am familiar with people who don’t know what they are talking about, but this is too much,” the monarch reportedly grumbled, “let alone if Alfred Nobel had seen any benefit for mankind here.”

Joe Incandela, spokesperson of one of CERN’s experiments and seated next to the king’s table, hastily intervened to mitigate the royal alienation by sketching what “to see” actually meant in the case of a Higgs Boson. Shortly after, a confused Carl Gustav left the table saying, “I prefer to see my serial tonight. So long, you guys.” Incandela later declared, “I think he was simply asking too much. Frankly, I didn’t understand the data analysis either. But it has been checked by so many people. Unfortunately, we couldn’t invite them all.”

After the monarch had left the event, glumness spread in the Stockholm city hall, with some occasional whispering about whether anybody would have been able to explain better. Incandela’s colleague, Fabiola Gianotti, while nervously playing with her menu card printed in Comic Sans, could barely hide her frustration when bemoaning: “It is well-known that our collaborations have developed the swarm intelligence which is needed to see the Higgs Boson. If anyone could understand, it wouldn’t be such a great scientific revolution. And contrary to the theory folks, we have traveled to this cold country to at least get a nice dinner. The King shouldn’t have been so petty to want to understand why he was here.”

2 thoughts on “King of Sweden Leaves Nobel Banquet Early Because Nobody Could Show Him a Higgs Boson

  1. All the forces are known to be quantized in ” bundles” – transmitted. Certainly this is also in the amount of force which is necessary for the change of movement. This means that when a moving mass a certain small amount of pressure can be removed for a short time – without it thereby loses its pace .
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkB81u5IM3I
    Watch the impingement plate as long as they need until they finally reacting to the pressure of the golf ball and starts moving !
    This phenomenon has been discovered long ago and was offered by Henry Ford in seinenm first electric car the same for sale . This has been but then he prohibited. This is probably why – the people to remain dependent and may not be free. In a vehicle can therefore – as soon as it has a low tempo – equidistant more vibrational energy be tapped as is ever needed because the entire weight of the vehicle including occupant develop a large , stubborn inertia which resists any change . If you have a bike ever 20Km.H it can the rims ever 4Kw be stolen in Bedini style.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmXBebQzMyQ

    Whether N- engine called , or Bedini motor , or simply flywheels generator , this delay effect is always the same and is well known under the name ” Reynolds number ” . But this does not mean an additional strength in micro-regions which affects their molecular bond strength, but it is a super inertia in the millisecond range . It is an inertial Double- effect which is not apparent in longer periods of time into it. Would it be it a chemical toughness would that make inevitably also noticeable in larger dimensions . This simple , with murderous effort undisclosed effect entails that the simplest mass experiments in physics are nowhere visible : Which intensity of force is required to move an object? How much energy is needed to , for example, a 1Kg . To bring weight to it not there remains where it is? These simple experiments are massively relegated to oblivion , but useless for the Higgs particle – hunting there are billions of taxpayers’ money. But how much inertia is lost , Upper glue remains when a ( Rotating ) is deflected weight? There are more than thrashing , while the effect is well known and is called Inertial Propulsion . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbOyrd0MKFo

    How much heavier mass is when it falls freely , as opposed to when it is pushed up ? This difference holds a perpetual motion machine with dolphins in motion .
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ukohvh-bhbw

    “We are at the beginning of the largest revolution in scientific publishing since Gutenberg invented printing.” Prof. Alex Hansen Phys.Trondheim

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