HIGGS BOSON: All The Mass Of The Universe Comes From The GOD PARTICLE
The early universe was very hot and dense. All the matter we see today was created at the very first moment of time almost 13 Billion years ago. In the early universe for one moment every particle was massless. Then suddenly they weren’t massless anymore. All because of Higgs Boson. But how did this happen?
How was Higgs Boson able to give mass to the universe? If we extrapolate back in time as far as possible, we’d come to a time before the first galaxies formed; before the first stars ignited; before neutral atoms or atomic nuclei or even stable matter could exist. The earliest moment at which we can describe our Universe as hot, dense, and uniformly full-of-stuff is known as the Big Bang.