Nobel Contender Sees Multiple Cosmic Mysteries

Francois Englert, the Belgian physicist widely tipped to share a Nobel prize this year with Britain’s Peter Higgs, said on Tuesday many cosmic mysteries remain despite the discovery of the boson that gave shape to the universe.
And he predicted that new signs of the real makeup of the cosmos, and what might lie beyond, should emerge from 2015 when the world’s most powerful research machine – the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN – goes back into operation.
“Things …

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