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Science Made Simple: A Cute Animation Explaining the Higgs Boson

Sceince doesn’t have to be difficult to understand, as this serene video demonstrates.

The video creator, James Sutton, describes his video:

Animation for a hypothetical organisation, particles, that make particle physics theories relevant and interesting for the general public. This is a short explanation of the Higgs boson, which I created as part of my final year studying graphic design.

[via Kuriositas]

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1 Comment on Science Made Simple: A Cute Animation Explaining the Higgs Boson

  1. Lens Flares Suck // May 28, 2013 at 7:24 pm //

    What’s the difference between a particle and a field? Is a field just a collection of particles? Or something totally different?

    Is a beach a ‘sand field’?

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